De geschiedenis en toekomst van Flickr

21 augustus 2005, 03:52

Jesse James Garrett van Adaptive Path interviewt Flickr’s Eric Costello, over de geschiedenis en toekomst van zijn online photo sharing community.

“When we first launched Flickr, it was a Flash application that was mainly just a chat environment with real-time photo sharing. So it was quite limited in what you could do.

Although the Flash application was, I think, a really innovative interface, and really fun to use, and a lot of people enjoyed it, I think it was a little too off the beaten path to really get a wide audience.

We had a lot of signups when we had Flickr Live, but relatively few of those signups turned into active users. Whereas when we started introducing traditional Web-style features, we got a lot more signups, and more of those people stuck around and continued to use the site.”

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