Memsta

A free network to remember the loved and lost

Memsta is a free network designed to help you share memories and learn to cope with the challenges of losing a loved one.

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Shelagh MullaneyMaker@shelaghmullaney · Founder, Memsta | Web Developer
Having only recently launched Memsta, I would be really grateful to receive any feedback (both good and bad) about the website and user experience.
Chris MessinaPro@chrismessina · Go ahead, AMA 👉🏻 molly.com/chris
@shelaghmullaney so this is a site for creating online memorials? Can you explain your process and inspiration? What motivated you to create it?
Chris MessinaPro@chrismessina · Go ahead, AMA 👉🏻 molly.com/chris
Shelagh MullaneyMaker@shelaghmullaney · Founder, Memsta | Web Developer
@chrismessina Hi Chris, I built the site after I lost my Mum and used it as a way of processing my grief. Users can upload posts, memories and journal entries. It was initially created for myself, but after it started helping me, I wanted to share it with others. At the moment it's in the very early stages, but for now it's something to help people going through the grieving process.
Chris MessinaPro@chrismessina · Go ahead, AMA 👉🏻 molly.com/chris
@shelaghmullaney thank you for sharing, and I'm sorry for your loss. It's hopeful to see how you turned those feelings into something positive, to be shared with the world! Did you look to similar memorial sites for inspiration, or did you develop this all on your own? I'm curious about your design inspiration!
Vivek Vyas@vivekvyas · co-founder, shradhanjali.com
Shelagh MullaneyMaker@shelaghmullaney · Founder, Memsta | Web Developer
@vivekvyas Thanks Vivek :) There's still a lot more work to be done, but I'll get there!
Vivek Vyas@vivekvyas · co-founder, shradhanjali.com
@shelaghmullaney let us know if we can be of any assistance to you