We received very consistent feedback on Lingo Jingo after we pushed it out last month. We're back into a busy development cycle, incorporating that feedback into the application.Most of the feedback centered around usability; users were too confused by the homepage of the application. They weren't quite sure what to do, especially after taking a lesson and then getting put back into the homepage. Users asked for guidance on what to do next. For example, if I take the first lesson that shows up in Chinese Mandarin, what should I do next? In order to address that specific issue we are putting together a course management section in the CMS, which allows content creators to add/remove lessons from courses. I am building introductory courses for each language at the moment, a series of around 10-15 short lessons that are designed to give users those 100 words/phrases or so, which will change their appreciation of a language and culture when they visit. In the course you'll learn some counting, hello/goodbye, basic directions, people, places, colors, basic adjectives. We're aiming to deliver this course in Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Korean, Japanese to begin with. After that we'll add more courses and more languages.