There’s not too much to this startup, you read or post questions, share and post responses, and see what the data brings. With no signup, the free web application asks you to post an answer, “thumbs up” or “thumbs down”, to a sample of questions and the poll is then shared.
What makes us most interested to share another Q&A website or application is the design itself. Zample.me, takes the approach that answering and sharing questions doesn’t have to look like a Quora list, or a boring button system. Rather they utilize HTML5, data visualization, and icon based interaction to build a more fun way to answer questions such as “Does cologne make men more attractive?” or “Do you think global warming is a non issue?”
The site strips the noise of needless information and as you click more and more links in the experience, the data that is compiled and can be explored in a new ways. For instance when we read into “Do you have health insurance?” from a “Zample of 95”, we’re able to visualize answers, geographic locations of answers, demographic details, and much more as the database of answers grows.
If you have the time, checkout Zample.me and we hope it inspires how your startup shares data, and builds an experience for the simplest task with a unique solution.