Bitcoin Design Update #10
April 22 to May 12, 2021
The next Design Guide Jam Session happens on May 17. Join the call if you’d like to give feedback or contribute to the guide.
If you want to join Design Review #14 it’s happening on May 24. OpenSats, a funding platform for open-source Bitcoin contributors, will be presenting and seeking feedback. You’ll also get to learn about open source funding.
Maggie has shared her research on new users and automatic cloud backups used in wallets.
Bitcoin design guide 🗺️
Sprint #5 is kicking off, and we’ll be adding several pages to the onboarding section, creating content for transaction privacy, and adding more visuals throughout the site.
Daniel has just published a new page for bitcoin backups.
As the guide is growing, reviewing content is becoming more important. That means we need your personal feedback. What’s helpful to you? What could be better? Please tell us in the #bitcoin-design-guide channel in Slack or propose improvements directly on Github via issues and pull requests.
Seeking feedback 🗣️👂
Ed is looking for feedback on a UX concept for privacy-first coin selection.
Do you like getting notifications when fees are low? Bosch was wondering and put together a quick mock-up.
Jarret is looking for feedback on the Moneysocket protocol. Watch his video overview.
Alexa shared “Art meets Bitcoin” an editable Figma community file with 21 editable illustrations.
For more, visit the Bitcoin Design website.
This update is brought to you by Conor, Johns, and Christoph. We’d love to hear your feedback.