OK, so this may never see the light of day, but I'm going to make it anyway, because I have some time and there are some significant challenges posed by the code required to make it possible, which will make it a good learning experience. I'm still looking for a type designer to come into this project with me, so if you're interested read on...
I'm building a web app that will allow people to create and send pseudo-hand-written letters by simply typing out their message. We handle the printing, enveloping and postage, using printing techniques that mimic the movements of pen on paper, making it look realistic. The planned features are all on the website at writtenwithlove.com.
The plan is to have subscription options, aimed at businesses with large mailing lists, as well as pay as you go options for Joe Public, including single letters and personalised postcards. The idea is to use top quality stationery, for a really premium feel, so it's unlikely to be a super-cheap service.
As I said before this is very much a concept, so please give me your comments on the page design, the idea in general, and any other thoughts you may have.
Is this a service you would be interested in using?
How much would you be willing to pay for such a service?
Do you think I'm mad? If so, tell me, I can take it.
(The price on the page is just a placeholder at the moment - it is definitely subject to change).
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