Today I made 100 star-icons, so we can have ratings like on IMBD.
The only thing is that I first uploaded the icons in yellow, and later I made them in blue. Some technical limitation that I’ll ask Jesper (the programmer) to fix for me, limits me to uploading one image at the time. As it is late now, I only uploaded the whole numbers.. so temporarily Helpalot has a rather strange rating where an 6 is in blue and a 6.1 is in yellow stars.
I’ll guess it will be like this for one week, as I’ll be going for my vacation saturday and don’t have any time tomorrow.
Also I updated the overview pages, like the projects overview.
We now have a rather crude flow, and this new flow will guide the user a bit more. Also we will make it obligatory to make a projectpage. We want to lay the focus on projects, it is those that you evaluate and support, that’s where the action is.
Currently it is a bit unclear for a visitor what the difference is between charities and projects and since small charities don’t bother to make a projectpage, you have to search for the charities to find the smaller projects.
When we update our site to include this flow, adding a small charity will require you only to fill in one form, that will set up the charity and projectpage at once. This way, there is no way people can forget to add a project.
Once every charity has a project, we probably want to get rid of the charity-tab in the site. By showing less, the user is automatically guided to what’s most relevant to them; the projects.
I’m always hungry for feedback, so let me know what you think of this flow and about the idea of removing the charity-tab (once the ‘add a charity’ flow is changed).