About Web Wut

We all use it in some form or another; it keeps us successful at work, it streamlines our lives, and it keeps us in conversation with loved ones thousands of miles from us. 

While we turn to tech and use it every single day, it can still feel impossible to know what’s up from down in this field. The tech market is flooded with products; it seems like new advancements, updates, and gadgets are hitting shelves every single day. 

Web Wut was created to help cut through some of that chaos and make tech a bit more accessible and easy to understand.

How We Write Our Stories

We’re obsessive scrollers and are constantly checking out new product releases, tech Reddit threads, company reviews, and consumer ratings online.

We scour the internet, so you don’t have to.

Our product comparisons and product reviews rely heavily on personal experience and extensive research. We carefully comb through what people say online en mass to investigate which operating systems, devices, or brands work well and what doesn’t. We may also reach out to an expert to better understand the tech we’re researching.

We watch video tutorials on products, read extensively, and when we’re lucky enough to try things out ourselves, we do! We aim to understand how these devices work precisely and the features that make them stand apart from the competition. The goal is to make the tech field a breeze for you to make informed buying decisions.

We are also a link affiliate site. Some of the products are referred to us for reviews; there’s more information on that in our Disclosure.

If you ever have questions about our stories and how we write them or have suggestions on products to research and test, give us an email.

Who We Are

The Web Wut team is a group of fun, curious people passionate about both tech and making your life a little easier. We’re perpetually online, and we want to make your time on the web a bit more pleasant.

Our Team

Kylie, Writer

Kylie is a writer at Webwut based in Brooklyn, New York. She’s a consumer and lifestyle writer who enjoys testing products and working on stories that help un-complicate the internet. You can find her on Twitter at @kyshea11. When she isn’t furiously typing, Kylie enjoys traveling, reading from her book bucket list, and walking her dog, Macy.

Ian, Writer

Ian is a writer and a student developer, Ian enjoys keeping up with tech trends and writing stories that help people make informed decisions. Besides writing, Ian also enjoys coding, swimming, and traveling.

Casper, Writer and editor

Casper is a writer at Webwut based in London, England. He’s always had a passion for everything related to technology and innovation. He’s currently focused on technology and online business niches. Casper started out as a technical SEO working with multiple agencies, before realizing his passion for writing and transitioning into a full-time freelance writer. He enjoys riding his bike, cooking, and reading business books. 

Our Mission

We all reach for tech every single day. At Web Wut, our mission is to help you get the biggest bang for your buck when buying new technology. We put in the time and energy to research products you see online or hear about in advertisements to see if they live up to the hype.

If you’re wondering whether a new earbud or computer monitor is worth it, we want to help answer that question. If you’re confused or questioning some new tech, we want to get to the bottom of that. 

Ultimately, we want to connect you with the devices that will best improve your daily life. If you’re going to reach for the tech anyway, wouldn’t you rather it be something you actually love using?

Disclosure

Web Wut works to review, test, and research the tech products that matter most to you. We are also an affiliate partner. Some of the links on this site are referrals, for example— an Amazon affiliate link, and we may make a commission when you purchase items through that link. It helps fund the website.

Contact Us

The Web Wut site is designed with simplicity in mind. We don’t have subscription forms or comment sections throughout the site, to cut down on extra, distracting space.
That said, we would still be happy to hear from you. Send an email if you have any requests or suggestions for the site.