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Fill.xyzGoDaddy customer (United Kingdom)

Let’s face it, no one enjoys filling out forms. Taking a paper document, figuring out how to get it correctly scanned to your computer, and adding in fillable fields is a chore almost every time we have to do it. Fortunately for anyone fed up with this status quo, this week’s #WebsiteWednesday, Fill.xyz, offers a solution that can make documentation simple and easy to do right from your phone.

Fill.xyz homepage

Fill.xyz is the online destination for Fill, a document editing iOS app that allows you to digitally fill out forms, documents, and contracts with your iPhone. Simply scan your documents using your phone’s camera (or upload from Dropbox or Google Drive) and the app identifies any fill-in fields. You can then add a custom signature, highlight text, draw or add notes via the “pen”, stamp approval or notices, fill in checkboxes, or add icons. Best of all, everything you add into the document can be easily resized, moved around, re-styled, or deleted altogether, giving you even more control than you would have with a regular pen and paper.

When you save your custom details in Fill you can quickly add signatures to documents or have the app autofill common fields with your information (i.e. your name, address, and contact details.) Once you’ve finished editing your document you can quickly save it to your files or export it to send via your preferred method.

The creators of Fill are also the company behind iFax, the most popular mobile faxing app in the Apple store, so if you need to fax your document you can simply purchase credits from the Fill app and fax the pages right from your phone. Plus, you can trust you’re getting a quality app when you download Fill, as it has 4.5 stars in the App Store and is listed #158 in the list of most popular apps for business.

While it’s clear how powerful the Fill app is, standing out to users amidst the countless similar apps in the App Store still poses a challenge. With their memorable Fill.xyz URL and detailed website, Fill has a strong presence both in the App Store and on the web. Fill.xyz is an easy place to direct potential users who want to know more about the app and sends them to the right app in the store in one simple click.

Today, apps are one of the most common products businesses rely on for success. Yet while there are millions of users in the app store looking for services, there are also millions of other apps making it tough to get noticed. Creating a dedicated microsite for your app opens it up to the whole world, and with that recognition, there is endless potential to carve out your market, just like Fill.xyz.

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KimmyWalters.xyzeNom / Open SRS customer (United States)

Poetry has been an important form of self-expression for as long as the written word has been around. Classic writers may be the first poets that come to mind – Shakespeare, Dickinson, Whitman – but the internet has given a voice to a whole new wave of modern-day poets with an entirely fresh perspective, including the woman behind this week’s #WebsiteWednesday, KimmyWalters.xyz.

Screenshot of KimmyWalters.xyz homepage

KimmyWalters.xyz is the online portfolio of San Diego-based writer Kimmy Walters. Described as “one of poetry’s brightest young things” by Dazed Magazine, Kimmy has already had two books of poetry published, Uptalk and Killer, before turning 30. You can also find her poems in a number of publications, including Peach Magazine, the New York Tyrant, and Queen Mob’s Tea House.

Kimmy first rose to literary Internet fame in a somewhat peculiar way. She amassed over 20,000 followers on Twitter after turning the senseless posts from a widely followed novelty account, @Horse_ebooks, into surprisingly profound poetry. As a Twitter account for Horse-Ebooks.com, @Horse_ebooks tweeted random phrases from the books and became widely known for its unintentionally amusing updates. Kimmy combed through the more than 16,000 nonsensical tweets to create poems that resembled her writing style. Since then, she’s been the mastermind behind viral tweets like this victorian therapy horse Buzzfeed dubbed “creepily accurate” and the in-flight dodecahedron that caused an internet uproar.

Published in 2015 by independent publisher Bottlecap Press, Kimmy wrote her first poetry collection Uptalk while she studied Linguistics in college. The title of the book refers to the rising inflection in which each clause or sentence ends like a question, a speech trend that is most commonly used by women. The science of language and its constant evolution heavily influenced the 68-page book, as Kimmy explores speech and feminism. Celebrated novelist Sheila Heti described Uptalk as “charming, inviting, beguiling and delightful poems in the language of someone who seems alive speaking refreshing riddles to herself.”

Experience the darker side of Kimmy’s work with her second poetry collection, Killer. Published in 2016, the book is influenced by an interest in modern mysteries, forensic science, and the years she spent in rural Missouri. Goodreads says the poems “seem to consider the world with a deep curiosity and a tinge of suspicion.” In one poem from the book, also entitled Killer, Kimmy finds the word “killer” carved into her closet and wonders if a murderer had previously lived in her residence, but decides that the 100-degree Missouri heat makes it too hot for her to care.

Go to KimmyWalters.xyz to explore her poetry and find links to purchase her books. You can follow Kimmy’s popular Twitter account, @ka_waltz, for almost daily doses of her unique humor. Do you need a place to showcase your work and achievements? Head to gen.xyz to register your .xyz domain name today!

Uni.xyzName.com customer (India)

We’ve all been there, you’re working on a task that seems insurmountable or trying to crack a puzzle blocking your latest project and can’t find a solution. While some things seem impossible, collaboration and teamwork could be the secrets to solving any challenge no matter how great. Applying that same logic to an industry can bring truly revolutionary change, as this week’s #WebsiteWednesday, Uni.xyz, will show you.

Uni.xyz is a community created for designers, by designers, that allows its members to showcase their skills, find clients, and take on exciting design challenges together. The idea for Uni.xyz came from two design industry challenges that the UNI founders noticed. On the one hand, many talented design artists struggle to find opportunities to feature their work in front of a large audience, which in turn impacts their ability to find steady projects. On the flip side, clients looking for design work have difficulty finding the right designer for their needs.

The network Uni.xyz have fostered brings these two camps together, bridging the gap between supply and demand while establishing a progressive community for designers to express their passion and pursue their design dreams. The main method Uni.xyz uses to bring designers and clients together is with their design challenges. These competitions pit designers up against grand-scale creative challenges like proposing interactive performance venues, re-designing prisons to maximize rehabilitation, and inventing machine-human solutions to prepare for reaching the singularity.

Competitions are open to all members of the Uni.xyz community, and entries are judged by panels comprised of design experts and industry leaders. The competitions not only give designers a chance to propose their work to potential clients and mentors but also allow them to collaborate with other professionals to solve challenges as a team and share ideas. Clients benefit as well, as they are able to host design challenges and get a first-hand look at highly talented individuals and teams ready to take on new work.

“Our ultimate goal at UNI is to make good design accessible to all. Good designers need clients and the world needs good design. However, the process of designing currently comes with many strings attached. Designers have to depend on multiple tools for integral aspects of their work, like collaborating, raising their skills, finding inspiration, communicating, showcasing work and finding clients. We believe that there’s a need to reimagine the tools available to designers. At Uni.xyz we target to provide a solution to those issues, thus allowing designers to spend more time and energy on what they do best – design.


XYZ for us symbolizes three generations of users ranging from traditional Gen X to contemporary Gen Z. We at UNI believe that we aren’t another corporate ‘company’ or ‘organization’. We are a platform for design enthusiasts globally and across all generations. Thus, the domain ‘.xyz’ resonated well with our self-reflection to create something for the ever-growing community of Gen X, Gen Y & Gen Z designers.”
Uni.xyz team

Never backing down from a challenge, no matter how great it may seem, is one of the core values that .xyz and it’s millions of adopters share. We believe no goal is too great to be accomplished, whether it be to create affordable housing for the next generation of entrepreneurs or to become the most popular domain extension in the world. Are you ready to take on your next challenge? Then register your own .xyz domain and get the tool you need to amplify your voice while joining the community of users who make the impossible look easy.

Spinster.xyzNamecheap customer (United States)

During the Middle Ages, it was common for unmarried women to get work by spinning yarn or thread as a means of financial independence, referred to as spinsters. At that time a person’s occupation was often used as a sort of surname in legal documents. By the 17th century, unmarried women were generically referred to as spinsters, eventually evolving into the insult it is today. This week’s #WebsiteWednesday is reclaiming the term to represent female freedom and autonomy for their women-centric website, Spinster.xyz.

Spinster.xyz homepage

Spinster.xyz is a social media platform meant to provide a safe space for feminist dialogue. While it’s open to all genders, the rules set in place are meant to protect women and feminists specifically. The platform has strict policies against the use of slurs, messages of misogyny, stalking, and harassment. The site’s moderators strictly enforce these rules to ensure that feminists have a platform to connect without being targeted and harassed.

Spinster.xyz was recently founded by software engineers Mary Kate Fain (@[email protected]) and Alex Gleason (@[email protected]). Also a writer and grassroots organizer, Mary Kate faced backlash online for her popular articles on feminism. Mary Kate and Alex saw a need to give internet users a place to discuss feminism without feeling censored or afraid. They took to the Fediverse, a decentralized web of social networking applications that communicate with each other (including fellow Fediverse site Mastodon.xyz), to start Spinster.xyz, and knew that .xyz would be the perfect domain to brand with.

“We chose .xyz as our top-level domain for two main reasons. First, it is short, snappy, and easy to say, spell, and remember.

Second, we liked .xyz because it felt tangential to the content of Spinster. As a feminist social media platform, we regularly deal with questions of identity, biology, what it means to be a woman. Since “X” and “Y” are the human sex chromosomes, we thought .xyz was a bit of a cheeky reference to the extravagance of modern gender discourse.”

– Mary Kate Fain, Co-founder of Spinster.xyz

Spinster.xyz launched on August 15, 2019 to an outstanding reaction. Within one week, the site was overloaded with 4,250 users and over 74,000 statuses posted. Spinster.xyz was also featured in an article on Reclaim the Net, and Mary Kate was interviewed on the Feminist Current podcast.

Spinster.xyz is designed to work similarly to Twitter, and allows users to post up to 3000 characters in public or direct messages. The posts can include photos, videos, and polls, and posters can tag each other through their “@spinster.xyz” handles. Where Twitter has only one feed, Spinster.xyz has three feeds on the homepage. The Home feed lists updates from those you follow, the Spinster feed includes updates from all the platform’s users, and the Fediverse feed houses updates from the connected network.

All of us at XYZ believe in equality and celebrate the profound impact women have on our society every day. We’re proud that Mary Kate and Alex have chosen to share their innovative platform with the world on a .xyz domain.

You can head to Spinster.xyz to request access to the network, or follow them on Twitter @spinster_xyz.