Create beautiful memorials for loved ones, whether they died recently or generations ago.
There’s no right or wrong way to commemorate your loved ones – and you don’t have to go it alone. You can enlist your friends and family to share memories and photos to help.
Here are some examples of different ways users are honoring the deceased:
An animated life
Using the LifeTimeline tool, Robert Waldman tells the story of his father’s remarkable life as an animator – packed with photos, video and text.
In this case, friends and family have used the LifeQs area to gather stories about a young man who died 30 years earlier. LifeQs can be a powerful way to get the ball rolling on a memorial, with questions designed to prompt colorful anecdotes, photos and media.
Short and powerful
Amy Cunningham uses the LifeStory tool to describe the experience of a miscarriage. It’s a great example of using LifeStory for a short announcement or reflection, rather than a long biography.
Bringing it all together
There’s no need to reinvent the wheel. If obituaries or eulogies have already been published elsewhere about your loved one, you can use our tools to tie it all together.
Capturing the quirks
LifePosts can help capture the quirks and habits of a beloved pet that passed away.
Other advantages of using LifePosts to create digital memorials:
Create a shared media library – Any photos, videos, audio or documents others post to your LifePost are also saved in your personal Media Library, so you can re-use them anywhere else on LifePosts any time you wish.
Fundraising – You can use the Generosity.com tool to help raise money. This can be to pay funeral expenses, living costs, scholarship funds, other memorializations or other needs. (Coming soon)
Funeral information — You can post information about a funeral service or final resting place.