Brainstorming on steroids - supercharge your creativity
Rolljak is a gamified, rapid ideation tool to engage, collaborate, and innovate with your audience. The web app is a mix between a game, an open ideation platform, and an audience engagement tool.
2 months ago
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Jia Xuan Lim
Dear Product Hunt Community, I am Jia Xuan, co-founder and Chief Design and Marketing Officer of
, an Edtech company based in Singapore. Alongside
, and the rest of our team, we've been hard at work during this lockdown period and would love for you to check out our third product, Rolljak - a gamified rapid ideation tool to engage, collaborate, and innovate with your audience. The web-based software is a mix between a game, an open ideation platform, and an audience engagement tool. We sincerely hope that everyone here can try out what we've built and give us your valuable feedback and insights to shape the product. As a local dish, Rojak is made up of a combination of seemingly clashing ingredients, ‘Rolljak’ was a wordplay on the concept of the dish that we felt was fitting to explain creative thinking. It is the result of incorporating ingredients of various cultures, symbolizing skills, perspectives, and collaboration between people and there are multiple ways to make it, akin to how there is no defined path to achieve creativity. Our product is inspired and loosely based on the concept of Chindogu. The Japanese art of inventing silly and wacky solutions for everyday problems. It started off as a creativity warm-up exercise we designed and facilitated for participants in the morning prior to an entire day of Design Thinking bootcamp. The activity was well-received by students and professionals as they felt that it was fun, nonsensical, and creatively challenging. In addition to getting their creative juices flowing early, the Chindogu activity really helped to break the ice within the teams that made the sessions less dreadful and full of laughter. The idea to digitize this activity began much later as we saw potential in further developing it as a quick and effective way to engage with large audiences when we were doing large designathons with over 300 participants. The entire design process took about 18 months, with multiple testings, iterations, and restructuring. It toggled from being a side project to our main business focus many times over the 1.5 years. We tested many versions of our prototypes with students, working professionals, and top executives, and used every opportunity we could get ahold of to test it. Now, we're ready for the world to test it! Please let us know how this platform has helped you and what improvements we should make by dropping a mail to
. Leave your feedback at
and report bugs using
. PS. All public beta users who sign up before 1 July 2020 will receive 200 Rolljak credits to host challenges and access the app's premium features.
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