Content is very important when running a website or creating an application. DayLife was built to help publishers, developers and editors find a constant stream of quality content. Users can expand their capabilities and enhance the user experience through DayLife. The user retains total control over what is used, but has a large resource to pull from. DayLife encourages users to “program media, not software.”
DayLife was founded in April of 2006. The site is based out of New York City, New York and has received funding. The DayLife team includes CEO Upendra Shardanand, Chief Commercial Officer Chris Neimeth, Chief Scientist Kenneth Ellis and Investors Craig Newmark, Ken Lerer, Keith Teare, and Andrew Rasiej. Today, DayLife offers users a large resource of content that can be used to expand or enhance their website or application.
DayLife isn’t just a news website. Users can find all manner of content that can be used in their own creations. DayLife gives editors, developers, and publishers a way to quickly find quality content that helps them tell a story or share information. Finding content can take a long time, especially with the huge variety of resources available online. DayLife gives users a single resource that can supply them with as much content as they need.
The DayLife website invites users with a stylish, modern design that is very unique yet well organized. The header features a circular yellow sun logo that winds around other circular images of real people and places, outlined in pencil style lines. The navigation links are easy to find right at the top of the homepage. There is a certain artistic flair on DayLife that really says something about the diversity of its content.
DayLife is essentially selling a number of products, so the site itself does not require a registration. Users can learn more about what DayLife has to offer them just by browsing the website. Users can become members by becoming clients of DayLife. This is done by contacting DayLife for more information on their products. The user can click the large, blue “Talk to Us” button found in the header at the top of the homepage to access all contact details. Contact information includes email, phone, and physical address information. Users can click the grey “Publisher Login” link at the top right hand corner of the website, but this requires an existing account. Users who are not officially registered are directed from the login page back to the contact page.
The amount of money a user spends on DayLife really depends on what products they purchase. The site does not have an official registration for any passerby to use. There is no single subscription fee or premium paid account. Users can contact DayLife about their product for free. Once the user actually purchases a product, then the are given a login and can access the product and any relevant information through the website. Until an actual product is purchased, there is no cost associated with visiting the DayLife website.
DayLife is specifically designed for editors, publishers and developers that are in need of content. The site offers a list of unique products that can help users enhance their website or application. How the user incorporates the content is up to them. DayLife supplies the tools needed to get it there. Users must be serious about using DayLife because the products are not free and users must contact DayLife to discuss a purchase and obtaining a publisher login.