@pedrouid who do you see as the target for these educational resources?
are they designers or end users? if designers, is it current professionals or students?
I see a need for 3 different types of tools, which are complementary
1 - Decentralization page
a page that explains the value of decentralization and the why of blockchain
target: every new user or professional, not only designer, also lawyer, economist, developer who approaches for the first time the crypto space
why: today the Ethereum page (or any other dapp) talks to developers but nobody talks to the neofite..the "no-coiner"
2 - Blockchain for Designers
a page or course that has the explanation of the parts of the Blockchain stack needed for designers to understand the technical limitations and idiosinchrasies of the tech, and its implications for UX
target: designers, professionals or students, but useful for anybody to understand the technical limitations
why: a tool to accelerate the designers that want to work in the space
3 - Web3 Design Guidelines
a page of well organized best practices, similar to the Web3 Design Principles, but structured like the Material design, with examples for each of the principles.
target: professional designers and students who want to work in the space
why: best practices are a shortcut for all the thinking and decision making that a designer has to make...they are an accelerator. Also very important, because if adopted, we start to give consistency to the UX across different dapps.
I have ideas for the first two and working hard on the last one
what do you think?