Crowdholding

ICO Bounty: General Support - Main App Page

ICO Bounty: General Support - Main App Page

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ICO Bounty: General Support - Main App Page

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Checkout crowdholding’s new crowdholding.com app. Give us your impressions and up-vote your favorite feedback.

What do you like?

What don’t you like regarding design?

Is there concern regarding the content of the project?

This task represents 1,000 YUPIES, depending on the number of the votes. YUPIES will be rewarded from best to least.

Total amount of YUPIE tokens reserved for the General Support bounty campaign: 473,484 YUPIES

YUPIES Given for General Support: 6,710

Amount of YUPIES left for General Support: 466,774





58 COMMENTS 34 VOTES

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nice!!!

5 months ago

good!

5 months ago

Nice!!!!!

5 months ago

very good project and well designed.

5 months ago

very nice project
i like this campaign to earn Crowd holding Reward Point

5 months ago

wan abu bakar wan rahman

iburn786@gmail.com

should have app for android

5 months ago

Интересный проект, поучаствую

5 months ago

OK. Good Luck!

5 months ago

I find the app good with easy accessibility

5 months ago

good project

5 months ago

Good project

5 months ago

good

5 months ago

very nice project
i like this campaign to earn Crowd holding Reward Point

5 months ago

Nice

5 months ago

Good job project

5 months ago

Amazing projects

5 months ago

çok değişik bir ico olacak bu başarılar dilerim

5 months ago

legit project

5 months ago

The tour is a nice touch, well done.

5 months ago

Good project.nice

5 months ago

Good votes

5 months ago

Nguyễn Vinh Quang

http://nhan-coin-mien-phi.blogspot.com

Nice

5 months ago

Very good project.

5 months ago

I certainly think this is a novel twist on getting feedback. However given the lack of definition of what a yupie is or what one would use it for leaves things confusing. I also dislike the system being used in picking best to worst feedback. Its a logical fallacy dating back to Rome called argumentum ad populum, or if everyone else says its true it must be. However many advances that were before their time were either dismissed as a crackpot theory or wouldn't find use until someone smart enough comes along to understand it combined with other knowledge they know to form a winning solution. Albert Einstein had 300 years of physics to develop super relativity and general relativity. Godfried Lepwitz invented the binary system used in computers today but since it was hundreds of years ago and most people couldn't read let alone understand advanced mathematics it took a long time to find an application for it. The past few decades uses math developed hundreds of years ago so most people are short sighted in viewing goals and the future which translates into more votes for the person who puts forth the idea that immediately makes people feel better instead of what may be much more correct.

5 months ago

That Nintendo controller makes me think of a technology of the past ...

5 months ago

Very good project!

5 months ago

I certainly think this is a novel twist on getting feedback. However given the lack of definition of what a yupie is or what one would use it for leaves things confusing. I also dislike the system being used in picking best to worst feedback. Its a logical fallacy dating back to Rome called argumentum ad populum, or if everyone else says its true it must be. However many advances that were before their time were either dismissed as a crackpot theory or wouldn't find use until someone smart enough comes along to understand it combined with other knowledge they know to form a winning solution. Albert Einstein had 300 years of physics to develop super relativity and general relativity. Godfried Lepwitz invented the binary system used in computers today but since it was hundreds of years ago and most people couldn't read let alone understand advanced mathematics it took a long time to find an application for it. The past few decades uses math developed hundreds of years ago so most people are short sighted in viewing goals and the future which translates into more votes for the person who puts forth the idea that immediately makes people feel better instead of what may be much more correct.

This also should be noted by anyone using it that it only represents a minority of people not just on the planet but in advanced civilizations. Huge demographics are likely to not use their time doing something for a token that so far doesn't seem to have a use and several generations of people have good reason to fear anything to do with trusting their money in other people's hands. Even an exchange with rigorous oversight by the SEC is constantly manipulated at the cost of the lower classes by just bad central banking practices. Then there's fear mongering by the older generation of investors who have had their time and revolution to make millions or billions off of their ideas. Or if nothing else simply enjoyed furthering whatever they were passionate about. But people take these investors seriously despite how well they've done the lower class people in the past. So being as transparent as possible would and making a cryptocurrency for the most computer illiterate person there is easy to understand would go a long way. You still need to explain ICOs, how to establish what seems fraudulent in a volatile market to begin with, offenders of price manipulation that should be avoided, and that the vast majority of people will not get rich anymore off ICOs then they will the stock exchanges.

I could list a lot of fallaciously using the amount of votes someone receives as the merit for who has done better. But if you don't get an inclusive representation of the community at large and instead just people who will defend the new paradigm with some fairly plausible and implausible points (like crime, drug trafficking, sex trade industry, money laundering, etc) have always been around and there has never been a want for violence and criminal activity. Even today regular money is used for criminal enterprises since cryptocurrencies make it easier to tie a person to a criminal activity. Perhaps a myth and truth section with citations and links to credible resources such as the FBI which is where I learned cash is still and will likely be the criminal monetary unit in the future. Their systems are built to manage cash, its not as easy to tie to a person, and unlike digital currencies you can forge notes.

7 months ago

Super project

8 months ago

Very good project!

8 months ago

hihi

8 months ago

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8 months ago

A great program that we always watch YUP

8 months ago

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8 months ago

great team awesome project,please work more on awareness

8 months ago

I don't like name Yupies. Change to a crypto related name

9 months ago

In the news feed for bounties a red sign new shows on expired tasks and expired tasks are sometimes above still active tasks.

If you feel you must keep the expired tasks in projects task feed at least sort them at the bottom of the list.

1 year ago

Front page is well designed, but the whole site could really use some responsive scaling.

Why does home link to news? Just name it news. It's the most important part of the site, the news feed itself is good.

The tour is a nice touch, well done. But perhaps a little unnecessary.

The colour scheme is a bit aggressive, making the tones mellow would be better. At night it burns.

1 year ago

Pretty straightforward to use, the minimalist style makes it classy yet easy to navigate. I like that the ideas for the ICO aresummarized with an infographic. Feels professional.

Yet... IMHO, I can't help but feel like it would look somewhat vague and confusing for someone that doesn't already know the project and lands on the first page. It feels a bit like if Facebook was trying to convince you it's a good thing to use it on it's first page by showing what you can gain from it, instead of putting the emphasis on what it is and what it does.

TLDR: Instead of putting the emphasis on what you can gain from "investing" and "contributing" to the project, maybe put the emphasis on what the project does.

PS: english as second langage.

1 year ago

Crowdholding has always shown a classy approach to all of their work including the blogs, articles, and other communication. The website/app page is not an exception to it.

Likes:
1) Color profile
2) Clean fonts
3) Simple way of illustrating the crowholding concept

Concerns:
1) Too much empty space that could be efficiently used.
Efficiency is important while maintaining a cleaner look. One good tagline that explains the gist of Crowdfunding is sufficient. Currently, "Checkout the ICO" appears with a "sentence" (We are launching our YUPIE token with an ICO. Become part of the Crowdholding economy!). This can be condensed down to - something "Non sentensie"... a bit snappy and catchy.

"Become part of the Crowdholding economy!"
"Claim your piece of pie - YUPIE"
"Join ICOE" ( in place of Checkout the ICO")

2) Important posts and links are not visible on the page]
The bottom bar needs to persist like the top bar

3) "What's happening to Crowdholding" and "Legacy projects"
The buttons for the "... see all our awesome projects" are duplicated and do the exact same thing. (Show more projects)
Statement "What's happening to Crowdholding" > Restate as "Whats new at Crowdholding". (Happening to sounds like something bad is happening to Crowdholding)
Legacy projects are shown sorted by the votes. But currently, there are less projects so may be a moving ticker like something (Something like this: https://www.wonderplugin.com/wordpress-carousel/examples/wordpres...) that gives exposure to multiple projects will be nice." It will make the website look a bit more fluid too.

4) https://www.crowdholding.com/about page can be organized better. Once again. too many blank white surfaces that make user scroll down.
If the about page needs to be scrolled, please add the faces from team. You guys have a great looking team with great credentials. Seeing faces makes people feel a lot more comfortable.

5) If I am accessing your website at night, I will be blind.. please please please add an option to have a "dark theme". :)

I hope I will be able to edit this to add some more suggestions later. :)
Later
-Mandar

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Hell yeah. This what we like to hear! Product guys are already taking your suggestions seriously. Well done!

1 year ago

great program

8 months ago

I look all like the simplicity of Design !? This is certainly good. But I think that for a serious project you need a serious design! And I saw how many projects after not very successful fundraising on the second wave completely changed the look of your site ..... And this is the place to be! For whom are these cartoon drawings ??! For the public Сartoon Network ?? )) You are a serious project to attract investors !! Understand ... Investor in the first place - "Loves Eyes." And he wants to see the company "Future" and not "20th Century" This is a modern world of the future and high technology! Do not pull it!

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

woo hoo! Great feedback.

1 year ago

The design is very clean and easy to navigate, the colours are on-brand and the icons you have used are appealing. Your description of the service is clear and understandable.
The ICO landing page is clean, however, I'm not sure that blue was the best choice of background colour. Red, white, or grey would have been more fitting.
I like the projects slider with each brand having it's own dedicated section. I feel that '...see all our awesome projects' looks a little odd on your call to action buttons. I would maybe go with 'See all projects...'
All issues mentioned are minor, generally it looks great.

1 year ago

What do you like?
intuitive
well designed
maybe some colors...

Is there concern regarding the content of the project?
I think the content of the project is OK

1 year ago

I like the design in general. Everything is quite clean and pleasant. At my discretion, there is nothing superfluous. I will make the assumption that here even modestly, I'm a little short of noise and grandiosity. It's just that I believe that in some ways crowdsourcing is more meaningful than crowdfunding. Especially when we received blockchain and cryptocurrency in the form of solving main conceptual and technical issues of crowdsourcing as a powerful tool of creation. I don't quite understand why it's still so quiet here :-)

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Hey Crumple cat, I hear ya. Our focus right now is moving people to ico.crowdholding.com for our ICO launch. We are all over the world right now attending ico events to promote CH to investors. After ICO the focus is the app itself. And to follow our roadmap to success.

1 year ago

It's a very simple page so there are not so many distractions. It's good on one side, but on the other side, it could be more colorful, or have some nice animation showing the process of crowdholding.

I found one annoying bug on the page - if you click on the Intro video button in the footer and close the video without stopping it, it continues to play, you can hear the sound, but you don't have any option to stop it because you don't see the video. Also, the video should be vertically centred and it could be a bit bigger by default.

What is a bit confusing is the button with text "... see all our awesome projects". Those three dots evoke to me that I will see some more projects on the same page (homepage) after clicking it (e.g. loaded asynchronously by jQuery and Ajax). In order to have it less confusing, I would propose either to change the text to "See all our awesome projects" and leave the action as is, or load more projects on the homepage after clicking it.

I would also propose these adjustments to the Blog section since I think it can have a great potential that's not fully utilized yet:
1. Add author name (it's more trustworthy) and reading time indicator (https://dzone.com/articles/how-add-reading-time-indicator) to the articles listing (and also to articles detail). People often save articles to read them later because they are not sure how long they are, but if you can tell them how much time they will need to spend by reading them, they are more likely to click on them. You can inspire by https://www.kentico.com/blog.
2. Consider categorizing the articles - it would be easier to find suitable content for your users which will lead to more conversions. Examples of categories according to the articles - Entrepreneurship/Startups, Finances, Technology, Marketing.
3. Add pager to the Blog and show only a few articles per page (max 12) to keep it easy and not overwhelm your users.
4. Get rid of the right column on the Blog - if you implement the adjustments mentioned above, you will not need it and you will save the space.

According to the projects' message - it's pretty clear and straightforward :)

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Hey Tomas, thanks for the feedback and sorry for the delay. I have notified the dev team and marketing of your feedback. Thanks a ton.

1 year ago

Thank you Tomas for great tips. Now we are processing feedback, and we are going to prepare roadmap of changes. What do you think about idea of a voting system for new features? Whould you used something like that? Simple put vote for next features we should develop?

1 year ago

@Ethan - You are welcome, I hope these tips will help the project and its' users :)

@Patrik - From my point of view, voting system would be awesome :) . Microsoft also uses it for Microsoft Teams (https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com) and it really helps them to focus on the most important things from the customers' perspective. I would do it in a similar way as Microsoft - not only let them vote but also allow them to suggest features. Using this approach, you can be sure you are working on the most important features and it's more efficient (and less time consuming) for your developers and marketers.

1 year ago

The picture of this tweet is much more attractive compare to all the boring white on your web site

https://twitter.com/crowdholding?lang=fr

1 year ago

Except for the top part of the page there isn't very much difference. Between the twitter page you posted and this website. It has a picture that's framed which quite frankly is irritating since it doesn't move off the screen reducing my viewing area to half. It contains numbers but not necessarily anything with statistical meaning, and a number of tweets that realistically only makes tweets 100-500 feel like they are being heard but know one in their right mind reads hundreds of tweets or even someone passionate enough to do so would only have the time if they dedicated all their free time or even work time to reading it all. If you could give a better and rational way to alter the page aesthetically that doesn't cheapen it with too much irrelevancy its your right under the sites rules to suggest that. But Except for glitches that deal more with links I don't see a reason to put things into someone's work which would only take focus off anything important. Keeping things simple is usually the best way to go. Most people appreciate that and makes it easier to get them involved since the easier something is to do or navigate the more participants a company will likely get. Its already introduced major biases in the system which could render the product not as successful based on demographics. Not everyone is heavily into the internet. A load of people, even technically savvy people, don't quite grasp or quite grasp how to explain what a cryptocurrency is. But the way it is tossed around and the fact currency is in the name leads people to believe it is just another form of currency. Making this harder for those people would only limit input from a biased portion of the population. Which might give someone much more confidence in their project then it merits. Like dentacoin is absurd. It lays out a patchy plan on how it will work as far as payments. But how it will make dental care affordable and accessible to anyone in ways that can't already be done are completely lacking. Like how is it going to reduce the cost of manufacturing materials, no one will sell those industries metals cheaper for a currency only good in one industry. How will it cut labor costs? Transportation issues? Fuel costs to transport dental equipment? How will it produce dentists in countries that just have no dentists or very few? And it makes wild, outrageous goals with no explanation as to how using dentacoins will achieve them. Like cutting the costs of instruments to 1/3rd the current cost. It just doesn't make sense. Given all the industries needed that provide secondary support to the dental industry. From practicing insurance to, utilities needed by everyone, material costs to mass produce equipment, workers' salaries, unstable fuel costs, or how dentacoin is going to make dentists become better at their job. Doctors rarely listen to patients and are quick to dismiss surveys that aren't flattering on them. Plus there are far easier ways to implement dental care for more people using an infrastructure already in place.

7 months ago

That Nintendo controller makes me think of a technology of the past ...

1 year ago

Fair point Luc. Any ideas about what would represent a futuristic product for you?

1 year ago

There is interesting idea on this website page

https://www.designer-daily.com/30-awesome-futuristic-product-conc...

or google search in google image futurist car and you will have very attractive car picture

https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS721US721&biw=1536&b...

1 year ago

What do you like?

I like the colors and the simplicity of the design (hey, cool drawings!)

What don’t you like regarding design?
I don’t like that the website is not really responsive design, when I tried different resolutions of the website, the website didn’t adapt quite well to the resolution I was trying to see. I like the tour but I find it to annoying sometimes when it comes the time to go step by step on what to do, perhaps a manual page would be better for people that doesn’t really like to spend a long time understanding how a website works.

Is there concern regarding the content of the project?

I personally think the content of the project is fine but I kind of feel you definitely need to add more items in the top menu rather than in the footer.

-Edgar

1 year ago

Hi Edgar, thanks for the feedback.

Glad you like the drawings! Which were you thinking of specifically? We are still trying to get a good feel for how to brand ourselves, so feedback on what people like the look of is awesome.

Yeah, we have some major bugs to fix with the tour! Sorry if it was going wrong.

1 year ago