This Platform Only Allows Users to Share One Picture Per Day

By: Katherine Pendrill - Feb 19, 2016
References: polaroidblipfoto & forbes
'Polaroid Blipfoto' is a unique platform that limits users to sharing only one picture per day. While digital photography has made taking photos an effortless practice, the downside is that many people end up with more content than they know what to do with. This platform is designed to stem endless content creation by forcing users to choose just one picture per day.

Polaroid Blipfoto is an online photo journal where consumers can record and share their favorite images and stories. The idea behind the service is to provide a designated space for consumers to record and revisit their favorite memories. However, the catch is that only one photo and one story can be added to the journal each day. By limiting the amount of photos the user can upload, the service forces the individual to curate moments that matter the most. As company founder Joe Tree explains, "People think about what they want to share, and why, which makes it valuable not only to them, but to those with whom they share it."

Polaroid Blipfoto caters to the growing demand for products and services that help consumers sort through large amounts of digital content.