Wondersay is a very simplistic application that generates stylish animations from your text. Text may be entered directly or added from tweets or quotes. All animations are generated online so no software downloads are needed. The app is in currently in beta.
Wondersay is a product of Enideo, a startup in The Netherlands. No statistical information is available as the site is in beta.
Users can take any text and produce a customized animation of it. Animations can be embedded in websites, emails, or other places.
The application is easy to use. Simply enter a saying, use settings to apply colors and effects, and post to Twitter, embed in web pages, or offer link.
Currently, available fonts are: Gentium, Essays 1743, Isabella, Gruenwald VA, Yiggivoo, Jura, Daniel, and Sniglet.
All of these fonts give messages interesting and unique looks. Some of the uses suggested on the site are: exciting emails, famous quotes, web page banners, special occasion messages, embedding animated tweets, or just for fun.
Users can subscribe to the best wondersayings of the day to see what others are creating – for fun or ideas.
Ideas for use: Teachers can use wondersay for classroom messages; employers can send dynamic messages (hopefully positive) to staff; love notes; eye-catching web banners.
Links to users’ wondersays are provided, but can be shrunk with bit.ly for uses in Twitter or other sites that require shortened links. A link is provided for embedding the wondersaying on a blog or website as well. Wondersayings are licensed via Creative Commons licensing. They may be used for non-commercial purposes as long as the link provided to wondersay is attached. To use commercially, contact wondersay via email.
No registration necessary. Users can simply use the app from the home page. Wondersay may be followed on Twitter, Liked on Facebook, and followed by RSS feed.
Wondersay is free to use. Zazzle products are priced as indicated on the website.
This is a completely “for fun” application for animating sayings. Businesses may choose to use it to draw attention to special offers; teachers may use it to praise the class or emphasize a point; kids will have loads of fun making messages for each other; parents can set up messages (‘clean your room’ comes to mind) and put it on their kids’ Facebook pages.