I opened Colors & Fonts analytics, they are public.

Michael Andreuzza
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Hello everyone, When I removed GA some months ago, I moved to NETLIFY analytics, because Colors & Fonts is hosted there. But I wanted to be more transparent, so here we go. I moved all my side-projects to PLAUSIBLE, because I can share the dashboard and make it public. So go ahead and have a look to them. The dashboard: - https://plausible.io/colorsandfo... The site, Colors & Fonts - https://www.colorsandfonts.com Why am I doing this? Well, first of all it bothers me the idea of being tracked, and am I sure that there's more humans with the same thoughts. I value privacy, and this kind of tools, like Colors & Fonts shouldn't even use analytics like GA. Is not needed if the apps are free...and made for the users. Don't hesitate to comment or ask me anything regarding the project, just go ahead. You can contact me on Twitter: - https://Twitter.com/Mike_andreuzza My side projects: Colors & Fonts: - https://www.colorsandfonts.com Wicked Templates: https://www.wickedtemplates.com And if you want to get a bunch of resources, tools and articles on your inbox every Tuesday. I have a free newsletter for that. You can subscribe or simply read it on the browser because is on substack. The newsletter: - https://colorsandfonts.substack.com , with 1178 readers. Thank you so much for reading and have a great day!


Marilyn Barnes
That's great! Public analytics for Colors & Fonts provide valuable insights into user preferences and trends, enabling better design decisions and optimizations. It's an excellent resource for enhancing the overall user experience.