Nest Grant $200k ($150 + $50k in ANT) (Actual grant Received before Grant restructuring: $25K)
The “Web3 Design System” project proposes to create open source tools to accelerate the adoption and development of the distributed web and user friendly experiences, through the following elements:
1 – a “Web3 Design Language”
that will research and consolidate a series of guidelines and Design Principles, (similar to Google’s Material Design minus the styling suggestions), focused around the specific UX needs of distributed applications, as well as producing a series of proposals to map and solve some of the open-ended design challenges of this space (ie. key management, “login” patterns, asynchronicity etc).
2 – The “Web3 Design Library”
a Bootstrap like library for developers to quickly develop Dapp front-ends, through simple and composable web3 specific components and UX flows, that automatically implement the Web3 Design Principles and the other UX guidelines defined by the research for the Web3 Design Language.
Both are an extension and continuation of the work started with the publication of the Web 3 Design Principles article and the discussions the community has had around the need for more UX Design in this space since after Edcon and the UX Unconference held in Toronto in May 2018.
What have they built?
The “Web3 Design System” project proposes to create open source tools to accelerate the adoption and development of the distributed web and user friendly experiences
Who’s using it?
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What are they currently working on?
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