The Flattr Roadshow: Join us!

At Flattr, we believe in artists and creators, and understand that the internet should be a place to foster and support creative talent with exposure, accessibility and financial reward. The internet is not the only place to support artists and creators. We want to help in real life, sponsoring shows and events that showcase inspiring … Continue reading The Flattr Roadshow: Join us!

Introducing Fleddit – Flattr, Reddit mashup!

Before I start this post I would just like to officially say that Flattr has a really outstanding community of developers that we are so happy to work with.  This list includes the awesome folks behind the Flattr IOS Manager App, Superfav, Flattrstar, Youtify, Fundd, and many more.  As if it couldn't get anymore awesome here comes … Continue reading Introducing Fleddit – Flattr, Reddit mashup!

Interview with the Creators of the Game Anodyne

Sean and Jon are the two piece duo behind Analgesic Productions which recently release their debut indie game Anodyne. Think 16 bit Zelda meets twilight zone, updated for the internet age, complete with cats. This game really draws you in with it's masterful craft and unique, moody, gameplay. You'll appreciate the humour and nuanced design as you explore … Continue reading Interview with the Creators of the Game Anodyne

Cinemander – support independent movies

If you're interested in movies which are not targeted to the mass market and aren't played in cinemas with hundreds of seats, where would you head to? Pirate Bay? Art cinema? We'll show you one more good place to visit. Cinemander is a platform for independent movies, where you can watch, talk about, support. Especially … Continue reading Cinemander – support independent movies

Flattr went offline…at the Brighton Mini Maker Faire

The Brighton Mini Maker Faire took place in the Brighton Dome last Saturday, and as we promised we were there spreading Flattr QR codes. We wanted to make sure that the 50 makers* showing their creations knew how to use Flattr to get people to support them online and offline. Many makers were new to … Continue reading Flattr went offline…at the Brighton Mini Maker Faire