We take a modular approach to web development, which allows us to add new functionality pain-free after the website’s launch.
So here is the functionality your dating website will most likely require: Continue to see what goes into each.
As the sole purpose of an online dating website is to help daters find each other, your website should be doing that in the most efficient way.
Some industry leaders, like Zoosk, put a lot of emphasis on the function of searching and matching, calling on complicated algorithms and machine learning (more on that below).
As for the matching, you can also generate ‘people you might like’ lists based on personality test answers.
Security is one of the biggest challenges of online dating.
We analyzed the 1,000 most popular words on both men and women’s profiles, tabulated the most popular movies and TV shows, and crunched stats on what people consider their best feature vs.
what features their potential dates are attracted to.
We couldn’t have done any of this without the help of the data maestros at Match and Ok Cupid: Christian Rudder, cofounder and president of Ok Cupid, and Jim Talbott, director of consumer insights at
In such a way your website will automatically import some of the profile information, saving time for your users.
As a bonus, social sign ups will also help you with verifying users, e.g. Here are the profile related features your website will require: is a good example of anonymous dating service that requires only a picture and no other personal data to become a user.
Mentioning cats is fine, but mention “my cats” and you’re a weirdo.
The data shows that lesbians appreciate nice legs, gay men prize nice arms, and straight women and men are looking for flat stomachs above all else.