How does it work?

There are 2 components that need to be explained to understand Wribly.

1- The Project Structure

  • Each project is composed of 5 Stages and each stage may be composed of several Sub-Stages. The story develops from a general idea in early Stages to the specifics in later Stages (this was inspired by Randy Ingermanson’s Snowflake method)
  • For an example please read the example Wribly Story

2- The User Engagement

  1. Submit: Submissions must follow the Stage’s rules (i.e. structure and length)
  2. Comment: Users can comment on others’ submissions
  3. Vote: Cast your vote for your favorite submissions

Only the winning submission of each Stage or Sub-Stage moves on to be developed in the following Stages.



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