We’re on track, on-time and on-budget for getting the first version of the OKButton into a testable format in late April this year!

So many people have signed up for the beta, to get involved with testing the app and being among the first to start building their own micro-support networks within the app. If you haven’t signed up, do so soon as we only have so many seats for early users.

How’s it going?

  • We have all of the backend user management structure in place
  • The app is taking shape, and we have animations in place
  • Users can sign up and manage their profile

Animations! Beautiful animations!

Pond-like water ripples show that someone has requested an OK from you
Tapping the OKButton will send your OK status to all your contacts
Requesting an OK is anonymous, so that all of your contacts benefit

User experience is really important to us. We want you to enjoy using the OKButton, even if your interactions are short when dashing from thing to thing, or picking up your phone for just a moment to let your friends know you’re ok.

So, from day one, making the app feel slick with subtle and helpful animations was important to the team.

Above is an animation, still being worked on and tweaked to get it just right, of someone requesting an OK from you.

We’re excited to share more with you soon!

Can you help us? 🚀We're 19% of our way through funding V1.0!

What does it take to get an app out there? Time, effort and money? OKButton is a project of passion, and we need your help to make it happen



Jackson created the OKButton, drawing from his experience with mental health and trying to keep in touch with those who cared for him.