Hey all, would love to get some feedback on some design and branding work that’s been ongoing.
A group of community members has informally grouped up in a leaderless way and have been working on branding, design, and the website. This is the result of many people’s work, including: @FutureFund, @iTo, @WrongNebula, @nomad, @Definn, @x48, @Danger, @learnyearn, @lehnberg, @franklin, milkyklim, banteg and many others I apologize for forgetting atm.
This is an ongoing and open process so if you want to be involved please jump in.
Our current plan is to update yearn.finance with a new site map that collects the various ecosystem domains under one improved frontend that isn’t a complete design overhaul but more of a refresh to the original which has become iconic and we all quite like. @FutureFund and their team are doing all the design work pro bono.
Here’s our latest crack at a Site Map:
- Rollover: Track your portfolio’s growth and view stats across all of our products
- This would include the current Dashboard features
- Rollover: Use our yield-aggregating Vaults, purchase Cover, and mint yUSD at the source
- All protocols ready for enduser interaction via a UI would live here
- Rollover: See our research and development work, backend protocols, and new stuff
- This space is for more b2b style legos like yBorrow and stuff still in development or early testing
- Rollover: Take part in deciding Yearn’s future by participating in our thriving DAO
- Aggregates all the governance sites in one place with the option to redesign each one in the future as our gov process evolves
- Rollover: Check out the best projects from our active community
- Redirects to learnyearn.finance which will be transferred to yearn control and evolves into a critical onboarding site and community portal
- Gallery of yearn partner sites so we can have one place with alternative frontends and 3rd party stats sites to both feature them and also help validate what’s legit from the spam and scams out there
- Visual How-To guides and aggregate explainer docs, images, and videos from the community
- Rollover: Learn the details about how Yearn works and find answers to common questions
- The official docs which is most of what’s there now plus many more dev resources which we are launching now.
- How-Tos will move to learnyearn and we’ll need to figure out the balance there a bit over time