What was the scope of their involvement?
We went to EthWorks with an idea and a general description of what we wanted to accomplish. We had a relatively detailed outline of the solution and how we planned to approach it. Natalia [UI/UX, Graphic Designer, EthWorks] did an excellent job of asking all the right questions to understand the challenge we were trying to solve. She was happy to lend a hand and explain how the process would work.
The main purpose of the website was to explain the concept behind Verify to people that don’t know anything about it. We had ideas around the concept and the layout for the site, and they selected the color palette and designed the graphics/illustrations. We had the main site page, which focuses on our vision and what we’re seeking to accomplish. Then we had a more detailed page that explains how it actually works. We also had a token sale page where contributors could see progress on how much we’d raised so far and how they could contribute.
What is the team composition?
I worked with Natalia and Marek [Blockchain Developer, EthWorks]. Natalia was responsible for a lot of the design side and illustrations, while Marek took a lead on the development work.
How did you come to work with EthWorks?
I found them through Dribbble. We were looking at various profiles and I really liked a previous project that they worked on. We considered 5-6 out of 30+ agencies, and I ended up choosing EthWorks because of their expertise. They’re very specific in the sort of work that they take and primarily work on Ethereum based projects. They had a lot of experience with the exact type of project that we were looking to develop. The quality of their work is amazing. I saw a lot of examples from their Dribbble page, and they did a phenomenal job with our project.
How much have you invested with them?
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together in October 2017 and concluded in December.