Proposal “evo-designers“ (Closed)Back

Title:Evolution Development - Graphic Design
One-time payment: 955 DASH (24857 USD)
Completed payments: 1 totaling in 955 DASH (0 month remaining)
Payment start/end: 2016-07-06 / 2016-08-20 (added on 2016-06-21)
Final voting deadline: in passed
Votes: 808 Yes / 20 No / 0 Abstain
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Proposal description

This is a cross-post from Dash Forum

We are continuing to plan for a large ramp-up of activity in Evolution development.

Andy and other Evolution team members have been planning the next phase of activities and determining what resources will be required to deliver Evolution. This proposal will provide initial funding for professional graphic designers to create the visual design for the Evolution web client user interfaces. This task was selected to outsource because it represents a stand-alone effort, allowing the team to focus on the technical design activities while accelerating the delivery of the project. The completion of this work is also a prerequisite to produce the UI HTML interface based on these visual. Therefore, outsourcing this body of work will accelerate the delivery of Evolution.

Be aware that we expect the full cost of graphic design to be $10,000. However, since the core team pledged to reserve 20% of the budget for community budget proposals, this proposal is limited to seeking partial funding. The sum of this proposal and all previously submitted proposals brings us to this 20% limit. We intend to request the remainder of the required funds in a separate proposal.

The work is expected to begin in August alongside the X11 hashing algorithm port and last approximately two months.

Requested funding is as follows for the July 6th budget cycle:
Total: 955.17 Dash

Note: Should any funding remain after the project is complete, we will reserve those funds for future Evolution development projects

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0 points,7 years ago
Hi there,

Please find a more detailed explanation of the work here:

Thank you