Bitcoin Design Update #27
Your regular summary of community activity.
Community Call #32 is today on Twitter Spaces. Johns will update us on the next #ShockTheWeb hackathon and dig into Lightning applications UX.
Catch up on the call with the Galoy and Bitcoin Jungle teams about a merchant marketplace design (recording).
We applied to present about the community at COSCUP, a Taiwanese open-source conference. Come and help put the presentation together.
The next #ShockTheWeb hackathon will be from June 16-19. Calling designers to join in and experiment with new concepts and help shape this ecosystem.
Watch the latest Zeus community call with a discussion on BOLT12 offers.
More Learning bitcoin & design calls are scheduled. What topics are you curious to learn more about?
Bitcoin design guide 🗺️
In Design Guide Jam Session #25 (recording) we mostly discussed milestone #16 about the refinement of the Daily spending wallet reference design.
We now have support for Lottie animations across the whole site. See examples here.
New content was added about formatting and validating addresses, highlighting high fees, and channel reserves. The Contacts, Activity, and the Lightning services pages were also refreshed.
Review the design for the new “Daily spending wallet” reference design landing page.
Accessibility is an often ignored topic that we need to pay attention to. Help review the new page about accessibility (preview, issue).
Want to help out with a new merchant section for the guide? Join #merchants.
A basic printable template for bitcoin wallet backups is in the works. Check it out and share your thoughts.
Seeking feedback 🗣️👂
Daniel has been working on an iOS bitcoin wallet template that implemented LDK & BDK, to help simplify projects getting started. More in #bdgwallet and on Github.
What could a UI for approving multiple transactions in a multisig wallet look like? Discuss on Twitter.
Watch Lisa Neigut (a.k.a. niftynei) explain channel splicing in this recording of a workshop organized by DraperX.
Check out the design category of Bitcoiner Jobs for various #opportunities.
Bitcoiner events have a long list of upcoming meetups, socratic seminars, virtual chats, and more.
For more, visit the Bitcoin Design website and follow on Twitter.
This update is brought to you by Conor, Johns, and Christoph. We’d love to hear your feedback.