Envision Roanoke is a new Bubbly-powered crowdsourcing website that was launched this weekend at the CityWorks (X)po for Big Ideas for Small Cities. The site will be used to collect and build support for new triple-bottom-line businesses in Roanoke. Check out Envision Roanoke!Full post
Bubbly-powered community placemaking project, Bristol Rising, has had its most “liked” idea — an Italian-style downtown piazza — approved by Bristol’s city council. We are thrilled to help Bristol revitalize its downtown with a bold, homegrown idea for which — through their Bubbly site — hundreds of community members have already signed on to show their support. Congratulations, Bristol Rising!Full post
2011 has been a busy year for Fab Apps. In spring, we wrapped up all our web consulting contracts to focus exclusively on internal apps projects. In summer, we launched the first title in our new mobile quiz platform, FonQuiz. In late summer and early fall, we have been steadily — and busily — making Bubbly a more powerful platform than ever.
Our newly redesigned website reflects our completed transition from a company that offers custom services to being a self-driven apps creator. It’s a simple design that puts our apps front-and-center, explaining a bit about our company along the way. We hope you like it.Full post
Hilo, Hawaii has signed on to use Bubbly Crowdsourcing Platform to gather ideas from their residents that will make downtown Hilo a better place to live, work, and visit. Watch OurDowntownHilo.com to see what great ideas “bubble up” from their community to become a reality.Full post
The Bubbly-powered Bristol Rising project, which empowers Bristol, CT residents to use online tools and in-person meetings to crowdsource their developing downtown, was recently featured in the New York Times. Read the article here.Full post