We had a crush on Notion since our very first encounter more than two years ago.
It was presented to us at a UX Design course as a “second brain”, but soon it was clear that it was more of a revolution.
Having spent almost two decades consulting small and medium businesses on the full spectrum of their digital needs it’s always been clear that the bottleneck was the speed and the ability at which developers could understand the problems from a client’s perspective and deliver an effective and stable solution. So we soon opted for a strategy based on third party platforms to avoid the problems involved with in house developments, but this proliferation of platforms brought two additional problems: the time needed to go through the learning curve that each platform presented; and the dispersion of information subsequent to data being scattered across so many platforms.
An all-in-one platform that could not only spare us the effort of learning multiple platforms, but also allow for all data to be stored in the same place, allowing for totally new information to be created, looked like a dream come true for us. And this is to not even mention the savings involved with the drop in in-house developments or third party fees.
The minimalistic approach of the platform did the rest, our heart was stolen.