This week we'll take the brainstorming about open-gov and reputation system to next level, by getting user feedback. In order for us to have a successful platform, we need to optimize our goals for workers and requesters both. Power should be given to both, the trust must be mutual, and the process should facilitate faster and robust mechanisms to handle the same.
We have been working on this document for generating ideas. Please check the top ideas here:
We have been working on this document for generating ideas. Please check comments in there or feel free to add yours.
Please revisit older ideas and top voted points from the links above, and create a low-fi prototype to get feedback from workers and requesters. If you cannot find requesters, please share your prototype with us, and we'll get some help. The low-fi prototype can be a simple storyboard such as one shown below.
It was created using Storyboardthat, and we recommend you to use the same so we can have consistency.
New deadline ends on Thursday midnights: 11:59 pm 21st May 2015 for submission+review/feedback, 12 pm 22nd May 2015 for voting and commenting on others' prototypes/user study findings.
Create Wiki Page
Please create a wiki page for your team's submission at http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=Milestone_12_YourTeamName&action=edit (substituting in YourTeamName with the team name). Copy over the template at Milestone 12 Template
Submit at http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/ in the category according to which of the 2 foundational ideas you are prototyping. Submit by Thursday at 11:59pm (pacific time). <Meteor links to be available soon>
List Your Submission
Please list your submission at Milestone 12 Submissions
Remember to vote and comment on each others' submissions on the site, before Friday at 12:00 pm (pacific time)
Please use http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/needcomments to find submissions that haven't yet gotten feedback, and http://crowdresearch.meteor.com/needclicks to find submissions that haven't been yet been viewed many times.
Please comment on 3 to 5 submissions. Please do not vote for your own submission. Once again, everyone is supposed to vote+comment.