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Author: Hannah Shin

Technology has made it so much easier for us to communicate with people- but this increased frequency of communication hasn’t enhanced the quality of our conversations. While friends and potential love interests are only a text or DM away, social media and dating profiles often create an incomplete picture of who a person is.

Curated online profiles can also make weighing potential matches feel like reading product reviews on Amazon. Spoiler alert: things that work well for other people on the internet don’t always translate to sparks when you meet face-to-face.

With Savvy, instead of reading through pre-written facts, figures, and one-liners, all meant to make matches look good, users get to see how matches react to questions in real time. Savvy challenges users to display their creativity by giving matches just 30 seconds to craft a response. …


Authors: Brendan Kenny & Fernando Delgado
Authors: Brendan Kenny & Fernando Delgado
Authors: Brendan Kenny & Fernando Delgado

If you’ve ever used a dating app before, you’ve probably been disappointed in one way or another. …


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Authors: Jack Maginnes and William Groover

From a business standpoint, the fundamental idea of Savvy is what makes it exciting: everyone online and playing together for one hour each night. …

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