Hi! We continue to tell you about the results of the most interesting contests held in Free Ton. Today we will plunge into the world of design. On October 5th, after the official Landing page design competition, a proposal was made to hold a Free Ton wallet design competition. The essence of the competition was to optimize the existing design, both in terms of interface convenience and style (UX / UI).
The motivation for the competition was also to create a design for future technical improvements of the wallet: Support for other cryptocurrencies and tokens that will be developed based on the Free Ton blockchain.
Conditions required for participation in the competition:
- The interface must have the Add / Remove token function from the wallet interface ( inspire by Metamask and MyEtherWallet)
- Token detection function by contract address and ticker
- Choosing a specific token wallet
- Finding a token contract
- Transaction history with filters
- Transaction details, including paid gas
The wallet control panel should include the following features:
Token wallet balances
Equivalent value in another currency (e.g. USD and BTC)
Also, for the application to be considered, you need:
Create prototypes in Figma (or another prototype system)
A link to the navigation map between elements attached to the prototype
The job must meet four conditions:
- Be original. It should not include more than 10% of the works of other competitors;
- Realizable. Best practices for interface design;
- Consistent. It should not spoil the current wallet interface and match it;
- Modern. Be inspired by the FreeTON and Telegram brand books.
In turn, to vote in the competition, the Jury must have extensive experience in understanding and work with UI / UX design. Like last time, we asked one of the jury members to comment on all the winning entries. While more than 50 applications were submitted for the landing page design contest, only 17 participants competed for the purse design contest for a prize of 25,000 TON. So, our winners:
The top ten is opened by user @Aleksvik. The average score of 6.00.
Jury comment: “Excellent work, but there are still many things to be finalized. In general, it is done in the Free Ton style and it can be seen that great efforts have been made. Therefore, all the judges gave from 5 to 7 points. ”
The ninth place was taken by the user: @dividik with an average score of 6.43. Interestingly, the opinions of the judges were divided: from 5 points to 9 points.
Jury comment: “As for me, this is a wonderful, professionally done job. This may not be the perfect design for the Free Ton wallet, there is a lot to be done here. Overall, I liked it very much. ”
In eighth place is the work of user @delhigame. Surprisingly, the average score of this participant’s application is equal to the previous one – 6.43. Here the jury differed less in points, more than half gave a score of 6.
The jury’s comment: “The difference between 9th and 8th places is barely discernible and this is already a matter of taste in design. Decent work ”
Seventh place was taken not by one user, but by the whole @gramkit_ton team. The average score of 6.57.
Jury comment: “Professionally done from the point of view of usability, great design.”
In sixth place is the work of user @dm_indentity with an average score of 6.85.
Jury comment: “Like the other jury, I liked the design style of the work. Black always wins in the right color combination. Bold 7/10. ”
User @Lukasz_frankz opens the top five. The average score of 7.43.
Jury comment: “One of the best design solutions in terms of block implementation. Very cool job. ”
The fourth-place went to the user @eg0000r with an average score of 8.21.
Jury comment: “One of the examples of works that our community wants to see. Clean Free Ton style, modern design, and potentially comfortable usability. Thank you for your efforts. ”
The top 3 contests are opened by user @ilyukhin. The average score of 8.36.
Jury comment: “Moderately minimalistic work, I really liked all the ideas. ”
The second place is taken by the user @Knyazev_Platon. Average mark 9.21.
The jury’s comment: “The work is thought out to such trifles that it was just pleasant to look at and analyze all the ideas proposed by the participant. I advise everyone to read, professionally done, great work. ”
Maria Romashko @masharomashko became the winner of the competition with 9.69 points. Congratulations!
Jury comment: “I think they will agree with me that it was quite difficult to choose between the first, second, and third places. But all these places are received deservedly. Excellent work on how the design and user experience could ideally look. Congratulations to the winner and many thanks to all the participants! ”
It was a very interesting competition, as the jury’s assessments both differed on some works and were unanimous. We actively encourage all new users to show yourself in contests!
Which job do you think should get first place and why? Write in the comments