Digital allergy calendars customized for your city. πŸ“… πŸ‘Œ

Callergy is a simple tool that shows you what allergens are in the air in your city across an entire year.

Our digital allergy calendars help you keep your allergies in check. πŸ“…

Our monthly forecasts and handpicked products help you stay healthy. πŸ˜ƒ

I was inspired to launch Callergy after five miserable years in Austin, Texas. The town rocked but the allergens in the air were brutal! I assumed I was sick and actually thought I might have a life threatening disease. Turns out it was my allergies. I didn't realize it but the air is filled with so much junk that it basically knocks you out for most of the year. I wanted to create something simple that would show you what was in the air wherever you are so you could plan ahead with your medication, herbal remedies, neti pot, teas, honey and basically everything you need as an allergy sufferer. Having already collaborated with him on Uberpong, I teamed up with the awesome Hunter Dolan on this project. Excited to answer any questions and would adore any suggestions of how we could take this to the next level. Thank you.
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Really nice! Love the idea of nice placed ads which don't look too "loudly" πŸ™‚
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@michal_urbanowicz Thank you for the kind words Michael! πŸ™ Glad you like the style we were going for. As a self proclaimed marketing geek, are there any other ideas you had on how we could reach a wider audience with content etc?
This is a great idea for anyone with allergies, especially if you travel infrequently since meds and treatments vary so much. I like the simple, centralized allergy info source and the easy-to-read UI.
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@jbesw Thanks for the kind feedback James. Any ways we can improve?
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@davidjlowe Yes, a couple of minor UI tweaks. I would suggest replacing the Hello Bar (or get the pro version) since the top left icon is too prominent and takes you from the site. Also, the graph might be too complex for some users - it might pay to use icons/alerts instead (e.g. a picture of grass with a critical alert icon). HTH!
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@jbesw Good advice. Hello Bar was designed for ProductHunt launch only but good to know you thought it was link to homepage. Nice idea re: the emojis! This is something I think we could definitely use to simplify the charts. Thanks James.