About Us

Our Story

4 years ago I was told I was going to have a hard time being a tech entrepreneur. I did not have a cofounder (on at least 12 different occasions people wanted to be my cofounder and then abandoned me when things got tough – but I didn’t let that stop me), I could not code and I didn’t  have much money. But I wasn’t going to let people tell me I couldn’t be an entrepreneur. It’s all I ever wanted to be. I remember when I was first called an entrepreneur and I remember how it felt. I was 7. I also remember being called that when I actually knew what it meant. And I have been chasing that feeling ever since. I want as many people to feel that same feeling and I want to help get them there. It’s not easy, but V/One sure definitely makes it easier than ever before.

- Jeremy Redman, ceo

- Kenneth Johnson, ops & research

- C.J. Windisch, Tech

- Bryan Landers, head of product

- Faryar Ghaemi, product & customer success

- John Tabis, Advisor

Frequently Asked Questions

Simply put, a user story is a one sentence description on how a user will use use a product. And it starts with “A user must be able to…” For instance, “a user must be able to click the discovery tab to see restaurants around them.” It describes one action – in one flow.  Refrain from using “and” inside your one user story. By using “and” you get into too much detail and should probably be separated into another user story. The best approach is to focus on launching a product in the marketplace that has one user story and building more based on that user’s feedback. You can call this frictionless feedback. That’s what I call it anyway. You have to let the end user of your product dictate what you build thereafter – in order to save time and money. When you do that, you’ll build loyalty step by step, story by story.

You will be updated via email based on milestones – so make sure to confirm your email. If you are on the startup plan, your app usually takes anywhere from 30-60 days, but average around 3-4 weeks. The clock does not start until you upload your app assets and 3 user stories.  And then you’ll have your core functionality and designs done for your version 1. If you’ve chose the DIY builder you can start your app and be done as soon as you want 😉

Haha – we get this a lot. But, it’s not too good to be true. While the PRICE might be, the process is not. You will get bugs, the sign-in may not work at first, and the function may not work to begin. This stuff all happens with version 1’s. All you do is report it and let us know through the Smart Assistant. Don’t be alarmed – it’s natural. This all comes with the territory of building custom apps in the cloud. It’s a new territory and we ask everyone to work with us and believe in the process. It’s process over perfection. Also, all communication is done through the Smart Assistant and the V/One mobile app.

By our definition: a version 1 is good design with no more than 2-3 user stories (see what is a user story) to test the market with functionality, with very little attention to detail. If you want to focus on details, we do have an add-on that allows you to describe more in depth what you want. But, the focus should be on design and only a couple user stories to begin to make your version 1. This is WHY we named the company V/One. It’s our focus. Your V1. Your V/One. Your first version of your digital product to launch quickly and get feedback and build more based on market feedback.

This is for a reason. We hold you to 140 characters to make you think how to describe your user story because you need to focus on a succinct user experience with no run on sentences. If Twitter changed the world with 140 characters, you can describe a user story in 140 characters.

This varies based on the number of requests made. At any one point we are juggling so much and we want you know focus on getting feedback. We are doing our best to get your request taken care of with our team. It may seem like a small request to you but we juggle around 100 projects at once. You are free to export your code and find someone else to change a logo or change colors if needed, or you can just wait – most of the time these are just details anyway.

App backends are extra cost and some times unnecessary until you actually need them. Which is the focus of our company – only focusing on what is needed to begin and working from there on market feedback and necessity. The info is all kept on the database, so don’t worry. It’s there. And you can purchase the Admin Portal backend HERE.

Yes! But, to start, we focus exclusively on designs and 2-3 user stories to get to your first version (your V1) out to you as fast and affordable as possible.

Haha – no. Can you imagine if we had to do that for everyone that wanted an app built with us for our prices? We operate on a volume of customers model, we’re not focused on a few customers who pay us a BUNCH! Ideas are a dime’a dozen and it’s all in the execution – so execute it. We’re busy executing our business and helping entrepreneurs succeed, not stealing their ideas. No one wants to steal your idea anyway.

We have a 7-day money back guarantee. If you make the request within 7 days, we will lovingly give you your money back, no questions asked, so don’t worry. This excludes the custom feature requests and any transaction made with a coupon or discount code, unfortunately, we cannot give refunds on those.

Yes, absolutely! There is a one-time app store submission fee for the app store, but all V/One apps get Google Play submission and web app for free.

Yeah – it’s your app. Once you’ve paid to export your code it’s all yours. It’s only $299, so why not? We want to give you the freedom to do or go wherever after building with us. No holding you to our platform.