Below is our recent interview with Arun Godwin Patel, the Founder at Crumble:
Q: What is Crumble?
A: Crumble is a learning and research platform that helps you to turn information into insights really fast. It helps you to break down mountains of information into crumbs of useful insight, cut out the noise and focus on what really matters to you, and reduce stress by simplifying your mind and workspace.
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Q: Way is important? Tell us something more about your product?
A: Information overload is a real problem and it causes it to feel stressed and pressured in todays world. There seems to be this expectation that everyone is just okay with the amount of information that is always put upon us, but in reality it can be very overwhelming and intimidating. In addition to this, not everyone handles information in the same way, some people can sift through and handle hundreds of tabs at the same time, whereas others perhaps who struggle with learning disabilities can take 3 or 4 times more time to digest and understand it. At Crumble we wanted to make learning on the web enjoyable again and give people control of what they’re consuming. We do this by allowing you to quickly identify key pieces of information and focusing on just what matters to you.
Q: Who would be your ideal user and why?
A: Life-long learners, students and business analysts. We have found that these three groups of people spend a lot of time on the internet learning and researching so it’s perfect for them. However we have also found an interesting niche with people that struggle with learning disabilities such as Dyslexia.
Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: We have plans to keep developing the web app with exciting new AI features that’ll help you be more productive when learning on the web. We also have a bunch of insightful features coming up that’ll help users to get even more value from the information they find. However in the long term, we want to create a platform that not only helps you to learn, but immerses you in the learning experience. Imagine being able to go to one single place and understand the journey that someone went through when researching a topic on the web, from the data sources they went to, the information they clipped, the insights they gathered and the story they’re telling.