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How would you like to see the project page improved?

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Today a colleague said: "Shouldn’t startup profiles show more info?" Mentioning about how Kickstarter has a whole campaign page dedicated in detail about the project (team, business model ect.). We could create white paper upload link and social media icons connecting directly to their project social media pages too. What is your idea? What do you prefer?





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Ideally you could have a true independent review by someone who is eg provided a flat fee and has no conflict of interest in seeing the project succeed or fail, or in YUPIE as a platform

11 months ago

1) Definitely White Paper should be forefront and accessible
2) Project managers / team details, experience, names, pictures?, Something to give some reliability to the ICO.
3) Ways to contact the team easily and directly for assistance/more info
4) Advertised project rotation, keeping the site both fresh and exposing visitors to more projects.
5) Definitely take design hints from popular media display platforms like others have said Netflix/Pandora etc they have the marketing research done to show that those layouts work well for getting media across, treating projects like media seems like a great start as someone else mentioned.

12 months ago

People read and scan pages in an 'F' pattern, meaning they typically read the entire first line, most or all of the next few lines, then only some or none of what follows. We live in an era where if you can't extract the info you want in a few seconds, you move on. Keeping that in mind, short, sweet, bold and large (text size) introductions will keep readers engaged. It should answer the mission statement / vision of the company / product, the team and the market it's chasing (and potential to take market share)...

1 year ago

I think the project page should have more initial information regarding the category that each project falls into, as well as a basic rundown (2 or 3 sentences) of what the project is, and what they hope to achieve. Also why not have the ability for the project team to search for relevant skills within the crowd? If an individuals speciality is engineering for example, let them highlight this in their profile so that the project team can send a targeted notification when an engineering based task appears. I think this would help towards greater adoption of the crowdholding platform by startups, as they get a larger number of ideas and hopefully a more helpful and relevant input into their projects, which will make the initial sacrifice of profit percentage seem like better value. I feel that the greatest threat to this platform is apathy, the key is to keep getting new projects in, and stopping it feeling stagnated. I really like this project and believe in its potential, but get the startups in and the crowd will follow.

1 year ago

There are many great suggestions already, but I will try to add some more:
- How long has been the project up and running - some clock/watch graphic, with simple -> 1 year
- Add categories? Devide each project in a category and being able to filter projects by category.
- I would show summary of the company right away, not just after clicking on "Read more".
- The date of when was the project listed on CH, it's at each task, but it could be at the project as a whole.

1 year ago

This probably isn't what you are asking, but one piece of feedback is the name "Yupie" could be improved upon. To me, Yupie has an informality to it that suggests it shouldn't be taken seriously. I know it's derived from the upside-down Ch, but maybe consider something that has a stronger feel to it (Yupple? - I don't know).

1 year ago

fully agree, sounds flimsy!

11 months ago

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1 year ago

I agree with common voice here. I think we all would like to see the details of the project as quickly as we can.

I mean the details should be readily available.
1) Profiles of the business startups/CEOs
2) Previous experiences
3) Reason from their point of view for startup (need of the project as well as startup)
4) whitepaper and a yellowpaper for technicalities
5) their aboutus/email us information etc

1 year ago

To add more from answer just above me.. yes.. the placement of the page and the layout matters too. I did not notice that aspect of the presentation !

1 year ago

Anyone who has been vising Yuppie project page knows that the page is getting repetitive.
The Projects at the top have not changed at all. Please randomize advertising project once in a while (per IP rotate once every 5 visits or something of that sort)

For anyone who is a newcomer -
as Fatalninuda said
1) LOGO, name and Short 3 line summary pf the project will be good.
2) IF the page can load the project on right half of the page once created will be better so the projects keep showing on the left and on the right temporarily the project's explanation shows up
3) The placement of the projects can be done like what pandora/spotify or netflix do
4) Please bring on the night mode
5) Please make an effort to lure in other projects so that the platform looks like it is actually flourishing

I hope this helps

1 year ago

A short summary of the project with their branding is more than enough. You can link to content on their webpage. Whitepaper, roadmap, team, bct ANN thread. People will get the social media links from their page, no sense in cluttering with too much redundant info.

If you go the other way, with full intro pages, that could work too, but you'll become a startup listing site and it will add to clutter while contributing little.

My solution would be minimalistic. You have to expect people will do their basic research of the startups involved and in most cases they will already know them. Cryptos are a really small community at the moment, everybody knows everything or at least knows where to get relevant info.

So: Logo and web link, like now. Perfect for the job.

1 year ago

Here's what I want to see on a project page:

* Links to the website and the whitepaper
* Their logo, if applicable
* Relevant dates (start and end of ICO, release timeframe, ...)
* A one-paragraph explanation of what they want to do
* Maybe a list of the involved team members

1 year ago