We just launched a brand new website with much cleaner and sleeker interface. The changes are based on what we learned from the in-depth interview of 20 of our supporters! Thank you so much for those of you who are willing to share insights with us. If you would like to participate our future interviews, please message us! After launching the new website, we headed to CES, the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and got lots of valuable feedback from the attendees at our daily tasting events! You can check out what Mashable and TechHive think of our cider! The purpose of this sample is to improve the details of the device, as explained in detail in our last update. We have started using this sample to conduct different tests, including fermentation test, seal test, and gas release test. We will share with you the results in our next update! We have always been testing and improving our app for better user interface and experience.
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I'm so excited to share the makeover we tackled this weekend with removable wallpaper from Rocky Mountain Decals! Do you remember the mini-makeover we gave our daughters' room before Christmas? Here was the mood board I put together for inspiration. We sold the toddler beds from IKEA and decided to incorporate my antique bed from college. My 3 year old had recently added her own "creative art" with ink pen to one wall, but this gave me the idea to do a fun accent wall with wallpaper vs. I selected the vintage brick removable wallpaper from Rocky Mountain Decals. To shop, click the link below. We started this project on Saturday and I was amazed how easy it was to install.