What’s the big idea?
Getting our kids to do their share of household duties was like pulling teeth. We tried everything – each tactic worked for a week or two, and then fizzled out. As our kids grew, they spent more and more time on their iPads – then Jeff had a brainwave: what if we could use the devices they loved to monitor our kids’ family contribution? Better yet, the device could remind them of their unfinished chores without any action by us! So we created KidzChorz – and it’s completely transformed our family life. We hope it will do the same for you.
Set up daily, weekly, monthly and yearly tasks for your kids – including customised weekly chore lists that can be saved, repeated and altered depending on your household needs.
Let KidzChorz do the nagging
With AutoNag, you can delegate the frustrating, time-consuming burden of nagging your kids to their iPads, and enjoy
a whole new level of household harmony.
Introduce currency and simulated banking
Help kids understand online currency management, and instil a sense of purpose
as they watch their balance grow.
Meet our team
Hailing from the West Coast, USA, Jeff’s young family moved to New Zealand in 2007. An inquisitive mind and a steady hand saw him study dentistry, which he practices today. Now the dad of two teens, he enjoys a busy, entrepreneurial existence and a diet of golf, fishing, motorcross and dog tennis.
Raised in So-Cal, Jana works and plays hard, running successful dental practices and marathons. She loves and shares the ‘save then spend’ approach to money she found on moving to NZ. Big on instilling strong work ethics and responsibility in her kids, Jana’s desire for a new kind of chore/allowance system inspired the creation of KidzChorz.
Testing and analysis
A Kiwi from the top of his shiny head to his toes, Rick has 15+ years in the design game internationally and brought the UX/UI to KidzChorz. Two boys under six keep him smiling but sleepless. Free time is spent satisfying his love of mountain biking (irresponsibly) and craft beer (responsibly), generally one after the other.
Got a question for our team? Send it through on our contact page.