Fast Company for ChoreMonster
May 18, 2015
An unusual thing happened when ChoreMonster started to build an app for the Apple Watch. The Cincinnati-based startup, which helps parents reward their kids for getting chores done, realized its iPhone app could be simpler.
“We’re taking away clutter, essentially,” says Paul Armstrong, Choremonster’s cofounder and chief creative officer. “We’re taking away extra steps, taking away extra screens, anything that might seem not as necessary.”