Wie dmason das erste social media design Abenteuer antrat
Welche Vorstellungen haben Sie bezüglich Stil und Thema vom social media page?
It's important to get across that there are two different kinds of people who come to my site, and our process works for both. So it might be best to use a design that's a bit like an infographic with two separate starting points, perhaps one on the top left and one on top right, each represented by a character. Then the graphic can show how the site works for both people, bringing them together. So for instance, on the top left we could have a shopper, on the top right someone needing assistance. The shopper pays the lowest price online and still gets to give 10% away to a recipient of their choice. The person seeking help submits a project, gets 100 votes, and becomes an eligible recipient. Then person A and B can come together when A chooses to help out B.I had wanted to avoid giving too detailed a description like this because I really am not glued to this. I wanted to unlock the creativity of the designers. But perhaps this one model will help you understand the type of thing we're going for. Feel free to experiment and not be tied to this exact model, but I hope this will at least create some clarity.
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We need to explain visually exactly how our process works. It's a bit complicated, so I want a format that will help people get it as fast as possible. FlowOver is a combination of crowdfunding and ecommerce. Shoppers on our sites pay the lowest price online for products from top brands and 10% of their purchase price gets donated to worthy causes. The shoppers can choose which cause gets their 10%.
However, the site is not like other sites where money goes to charity. We don't just write checks to big non-profits. Rather, anyone can apply for one of our grants. For our pilot project, CabinetHardware.org, all the grants are for home or business rebuilding projects, so someone whose house was damaged in Hurricane Sandy can apply for a $10,000 home rebuilding grant to fund their repairs. They need to get 100 votes via social media before they are eligible to receive funds. Once they get 100 votes, they are not guaranteed to receive a grant, but they become one of the eligible grants that paying customers can give their 10% to.
The first two designs I received used images from my own video. The video is just there to explain the concept to the designers, not to be the design itself. If I wanted to use images I already had, I would have used them myself. Also, the page is for FlowOver, not CabinetHardware.org. CabinetHardware.org is just one website that will be under FlowOver.
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