Sift

Reduce your news anxiety

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Sift offers a break from the never-ending news cycle—a space where you can pause and reflect on the issues behind the headlines.
Series 1 introduces six topics, published on a weekly basis, that unpack some of the most contentious issues of our time.
Reviews
  • Jeremy Vandehey
    Jeremy VandeheyJustdisco.com
    Pros: 

    Novel and informative approach to news and current events.

    Cons: 

    Can't wait for more content.

    Hope this product is used by a ton of people so we can all be a bit more informed in the current day of negative newscycles & knee jerk reactions.

    Jeremy Vandehey has used this product for one month.
  • Risa Hiyama
    Risa HiyamaUI/UX Design, Graffity
    Pros: 

    Love the interactive interface! Super engaging.

    Cons: 

    I am excited too see Japanese contents in the future...! hehe

    The contents are very meaningful and the illustrations are beautiful.

    Risa Hiyama has used this product for one day.
Discussion
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Jessica Collier
Jessica CollierHunter@verbagetruck · CEO of Spot, cofounder of All Turtles
Sift is a fellow All Turtles product (I'm the CEO of Spot, also from AT). I'm so impressed by what this team has done to make me feel news differently.
Gabe Campodonico
Gabe CampodonicoMaker@gcampodonico
It’s a huge challenge to stay engaged with the critical issues we face without succumbing to the anxiety the daily headlines can create. This problem is acute now as it was when we first envisioned what Sift could be. We’re very excited to Launch Sift: Series 1. For this series we unpack issues related to immigration, guns, healthcare, education, climate, and media literacy. We explore historical background and look forward to potential solutions. We offer a slower more active way to engage with these important issues and encourage you to dig into the sources behind our content. Looking forward to hearing your feedback The Sift team
Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee@christopher_lee4
Really love the design & concept. If you're trying to build empathy, being objective is a great way to go. Along those lines I'd also like to see the authors of the content and what their backgrounds are, to build trust. Sort of like how easily accessible your sources are
Reps
Reps@repsup100 · PC hardware enthusiast and PC gamer
Would love to see this released on Android as well
Josh Noe
Josh Noe@josh_noe
Awesome concept, but I don't have Apple devices :( . Would love to use this as a web app!