I recently launched a new project, called The Conjecture. At the moment, its home is temporary until I have garnered more articles and some funding for its own domain.
The Conjecture is a student based project that enables people either in education or who have recently graduated to publish short articles on their interests. With the article length advised at being 400-500 words, I’m restricting waffle and testing the contributors to create short, realistic articles. Those that could be seen on online newspaper websites or market leading blogging sites.
I’ve followed the trend set by my final year project, studentbytes and solely used social media as the registration method. I’ve taken it one step further this time and allowed the integration of Facebook, Twitter and Google accounts. In doing so, I’m enabling as many people as possible to get involved in the project.
Not only does The Conjecture allow writers to get involved, there is a custom banner that can be designed by illustrators. Hopefully, this will be regularly updated with designs from illustrators of all types. It is little elements like this that I believe make The Conjecture a worthy investment for students and something they will be proud of getting involved in.