From firearms, DIY hacks, and dog license tags to majestic man manes of the American Civil War and Bob Ross (yes, that Bob Ross), we’ve covered some interesting subjects in 2019. Here are 9 of our favorite infographics, articles, and images of 2019.Read more
Hello everyone. Will and I have been hard at work the past few months, making improvements to the RelicRecord.com user experience. This post will highlight just a few of those improvements. You can view a full list here. Thank you to everyone for your feedback, ideas, and suggestions. If you don’t see your feature recommendations just yet, don’t worry, we keep a list!
Hello everyone. Mitchell here to give you an update on all the work we’ve put into the latest version of RelicRecord to get it ready and out the door. Will and I are excited to get this version out to our loyal customers and hope you find it useful in managing your collection!
2016 has been a fun and productive year for us here at RelicRecord.com. We’ve added numerous users to our collectible archiving platform and developed a lot of new friendships along the way. While we weren’t wrenching on the software or speaking with users, we were writing blog posts, articles, and producing videos covering a wide variety of fun and interesting topics. In celebration of 2016, we’ve hand-picked 11 of our favorites, and present them here for you to enjoy. Read more
If your collectibles were lost, damaged, or stolen, would they be covered by insurance?
When asked this question, most people would emphatically respond, “Yes, of course it is.” Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Most collectors wrongly assume that their collection is adequately or wholly covered under their homeowner’s insurance policy. Read more
Let’s face it, most people don’t like to read! That’s why we’ve created a few video tutorials showing you how to use RelicRecord.com’s inventory management software to securely document and organize your collection.
I’m not sure any developer (or creative person for that matter) is ever fully “ready” to showcase their work; putting it out there for people to consume. There are always feelings of wanting to add more to this or make adjustments to that before anyone sees your work. At some point however, you have to release it into the wild. If not, it will never be of use to others or evolve past your own narrow vision.