The Design Committee is exploring a new method for connecting designers in the network with design opportunities.
If you’re interested in contributing to design for Secret Network, we encourage you to create a Community Member folder for yourself.
Think of your community member folder as your personal space to showcase your design work to others in the network. Kind of like a design portfolio, but less formal.
Depending on your design skills and background, you might include:
Examples of your past work as a designer (i.e. Illustrations, UI designs, UX case studies, audio or video example, etc.)
Links to portfolios or projects you’ve been apart of
Artistic or other creative explorations you’ve done for Secret Network
The goal is for others the community to more readily understand what you can contribute to the network – and, subsequently, reach out to you when they have a design task or project that fits your skills and experience.
We see this as an improvement over the former bounty system. In that system, the burden was placed on designer to raise their hands for opportunities, which required designers to be in meetings or monitoring the discord regularly to know when those became available. Additionally, when designers did raise their hand for opportunities, there was always some uncertainty around what the quality of the deliverable would be.
With this new system, we can more readily connect designers with opportunities, regardless of if they are in committee calls when tasks and projects are announced – and have more confidence in the quality of the design deliverable.
To help incentivize Community Member folder creation, we will be doing three drawings for 10 SCRT each
To enter, simply create a Community member folder for yourself.
Learn more about creating a Community Member folder
The drawings will be held in the Design Committee Call on Tuesday, November 2 at 5PM UTC
Winners will be contacted shortly after for prize distribution. If a winner does not collect their prize within a week, a new drawing will be held in the following Design Committee meeting.
I appreciate any constructive thoughts and feedback as we continue to identify ways to engage designers to help improve the network within the context of design.
All the Best,
John B | pajamas#9897
Design Committee Lead
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