#1. How do we let people document their lives while maintaining their privacy?
Ok, easy! We just create an app that gives users unlimited storage and allows them to post or publish pictures, videos, text, etc. to help them document their lives! We could even include hashtags to help them organize everything, or maybe even tags so they can organzine their memories by the people involved in them!
#2. If users can tag people in their memories, is there a way we could connect users to each other with those shared memories, without losing their privacy in the process?
Yes! We can just give the option to users to share their single memories with the people tagged in them. But we have to make sure that it’s only the people in the memories themselves; if we don’t then users might see other users’ memories without even being involved themselves… which would just make us a different version of Facebook.
#3. Unlimited storage to users? How do we pay for all of this? How do we do this without selling our users data thus maintaining their privacy?
Well it’s definitely possible, but I feel we could do this with a monthly subscription! Kind of like Hulu or Amazon, we provide our users with a certain amount of storage per month, with our free users getting the standard amount, while our paid users get to have more. That way those who don’t use the app very much could use it for free with their standard monthly storage allowance, while other users who use it more often could pay for more storage to be able to put more information in their app more often!
With those three problems solved, we had our idea, and Legaci LLC and its app, LegaciLife, was born. It’s been about 3 years since we first had that conversation, and with the beta just around the corner, it’s almost time to officially introduce ourselves to the world. With the work put in from all 3 of us, our interns, and the beta testers we will soon be introducing ourselves to, we may finally be able to pull this thing off. LegaciLife, a dream, may finally become a reality.