We (the Bitcoin Design Community) had a designathon! Imagine a traditional hackathon, but this time focused only on design. Our goal was to motivate designers and builders to get together and collaboratively explore ideas and concepts in and around the bitcoin ecosystem. We coordinated with the Bolt.fun Legends of Lightning tournament and TABConf Builder Day, and chatted in Slack in the #designathon channel, and on Twitter.
It was a blast. Thank you to all participants for your creative energy and hard work. Thank you to all who helped make this event happen, especially our amazing sponsors. Check out the participating projects below.
Bitcoin has been built on a strong principled foundation with positive incentives, yet many of...
Exploring bitcoin apps for kids, how to onboard the next generation. Considerations include...More info
Problem: After using bitcoin for a while, or after mixing larger amounts of bitcoin using...
An Introduction to bitcoin. Through interactive lessons and quizzes, learn about bitcoin,...More info
Let's get together and try out all the cutting-edge AI image generation tools and create some...
Let's do a design sprint on Taro, starting with learning a bit about the tech, discussing use...
Problem: Vehicle charging points availability away from home. Solution: Peer to peer app for...
As self custody becomes more mainstream, the seed phrase will be normalized. However, I think we...More info
Major thanks to our awesome sponsors for making these prizes possible. To learn more about how they were awarded, see the FAQ below.
0.25 bitcoin!!! Stack'em!!!
0.025 bitcoin, and a jumper and a shirt by Six & Lemon.
Mystery sponsors. Who could they be?
It all started with ideas. In the time leading up to the designathon, we invited you to submit your ideas. Some of them turned into projects for you and/or others to collaborate on during the event.
Let's create open-source 3D assets to be used on bitcoin-related websites - basically make it...More info
Bitcoin education can be life changing. To spread knowledge on how to bitcoin & BUIDL should be...
What solutions could we design to make it easier to use bitcoin more privately. Some suggestions...
A website for professionals / academics that curates all of the research done / being done on...More info
A website that lists all of the concerns about bitcoin and addresses them / debunks them with...More info
Being in control of our identity and data online is a bitcoin-adjacent topic that has seen a lot...More info
Conceptualize and design a first point of contact game for bitcoin curious devs. Learners...
Forget about how you use bitcoin today and think of your ideal experience now and in the future....More info
The designathon generally had a loose schedule, with projects deciding their own pace. Important, but still optional, were the kick-off, mid-event check-in, and wrap-up calls.
The designathon started at the same time as several other events. Those were great opportunities to meet others, find interesting projects, help out, etc.
Enter your project into this 2-month online global tournament and compete for prizes of up to ~$60,000 in bitcoin. Or if you are already part of the tournament, use the designathon to get design support. October 12 to Dec 7.
Stephen hosted a Bitcoin Design table at the TABConf Builder Day, which started the same day as the designathon. You could stop by and hack on your designathon project. October 12 to 15.
Several members of the Bitcoin Design Community attended this conference, which also started the same day as the designathon. You were invited to say hi and kick off the events together. October 12 to 14.