A notice that users are invisible to others until they upload a photo is prominent.
How About We, a subscription-based dating and relationship company that serves up discounted, clever date ideas, has today announced the acquisition of
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In fact, Brian Schechter and Aaron Schildkrout, co-founders of the dating website How About We, say they’re looking specifically to solve the "Netflix-and-Chinese-takeout-every-Friday-night problem.”That’s why they launched How About We in 2010 with the slogan, “The Offline Dating Site.” Every dating product has an angle, whether it's a focus on marriage or catering to certain groups by race or religion; How About We’s is all about activities that couples can do together.
Mills simply felt that online dating was a natural offshoot for Nerve. There is no data on how successfully any of the users have utilized the app to actually make dates and find people that they are compatible with.
The site touts itself as the "first dating site for humans", differentiating itself by not asking users to write out descriptions and submit to an algorithm system for finding dates.
It uses conversation rather than essays or videos to soften new interactions. The red/gray/black/white theme is striking, yet somehow manages to look dated.
Once registered, the user is directed to a page for creating a profile.