An early Kickstarter campaign for a “Leg Elevator” elevators was a lot of fun, but its creator was facing a $2,000 reward shortfall.
It turned out the $1.4 million goal was the minimum to meet the minimum Kickstarter project requirements, and he was able to raise $1 million in pledges for the project, a feat that was hard to pull off in a hurry.
“It’s a lot easier to do it right than to do the wrong thing,” said Kickstarter founder Matt Green, in an interview with Ars.
“I think I’m just lucky that it’s a successful project.
There were a lot more people interested in helping me make it happen.”
The leg elevators have been a staple of the local coffee shops and outdoor events around Seattle for years, with a couple of notable exceptions.
The Elevators Seattle initiative, which started in Seattle in 2015, aims to make local stairways safer, more efficient, and easier to use by increasing access and accessibility.
The project also includes elevators for people with disabilities, including the $300 Elevators Accessibility Accessibility-Enabled Elevators project.
The idea behind the Elevators program was to raise funds for a company to develop new and improved stairs that would allow people with disability to use them more easily.
The company has made improvements to the existing stairs and the new ones have a wider, more ergonomic design.
The program is also designed to help people with hearing impairments and others with other disabilities navigate the stairways.
But this is the second Kickstarter campaign to be funded with money raised by the Elevates program.
In 2017, the Elevate Seattle project raised $5.5 million to make new stairways more accessible.
That campaign was also successful, and the company also developed and tested new stairs that were installed at a few more local coffeehouses.
In 2018, the same company raised $6.5 billion to fund a $20 billion renovation of the Seattle Skyway, a major thoroughfare that runs through the city.
The Seattle Skyways were built during the 19th century as a major transportation hub for the city and are considered to be among the most spectacular in the world.
It was the site of the 1904 Olympic and World’s Fair, where athletes competed in the Games and the Great Salt Lake, and a major tourist attraction.