UX Bounty Update

We are excited to announce that the UX Bounty has been approved!

We’ll propose soon the curator set in a second referendum.

In the meantime, we are looking to fill the last curator seat with an experienced team in Web3 UX.

Curator Responsibilities

The responsibilities of a curator include, but are not limited to:

  • :card_index_dividers: Allocating funds to projects

  • :clipboard: Assessing the completion of work and ensuring milestones are met

  • :balance_scale: Deciding on UX issue prioritization based on community needs and impact

  • :hammer_and_wrench: Ensuring that each project adheres to the highest standards of quality and relevance

  • (Optional) Delivering part or all of a project

Note: Curators cannot vote on their own work as mentioned here.

Current Curator Set

  • OpenGovWatch (Tommi and Ugur)
  • Parity (Remy)
  • Apillon (Nino)
  • SubWallet (DJ Hà Tang)
  • Velocity Labs (Nicolas Arevalo)
  • [Missing team]

You can read their bio in the bounty proposal.

Team vs. Solo Person Seat

We have structured the curator seats to be resilient and leverage each team’s in-house expertise. A team can decide to place one person as the representative, but it is the team that owns the signer.

For example, Apillon and SubWallet both have seats with only one person representing them. If that person leaves, someone else from their team would replace them.

Call for Applications

If your team has experience in Web3 UX and wants to help improve the Polkadot ecosystem, we invite you to apply for the curator seat.

To apply, please reach out to us with your team’s details and an overview of your experience.

Applications are open until Sunday, June 30th.


Email: alex@houdz.com

Telegram: https://t.me/houdz

Don’t hesitate if you have any questions or need further information.

Looking forward to your applications!

Braille Team