-I want to start a tutorial series about Bancor (onscreen and or with animationparts)
-I want to discuss the most needed topics to cover about bancor
-I want to discuss what makes a good onscreen tutorial
Hi my name is Ralf,
I want to start a tutorial series about the bancor ecosystem.
Yesterday I had a short conversation with mark richardson on telegram.
He suggested me to put all my thoughts into this forum.
With this discussion I want to encourage you to think about possible topics and actions to
cover with some easy screen capturing and or with some small animations. I am an “old” bancor user - I just checked etherscan and I was looking on an old relay token transaction .
I’m totally excited about the bancor version we have now. All these developments and all these
features are extremely well thought and put together so nicely and so beautiful.
The defi Power User is able to teach him/herself how to use the platform and what kind of advantages bancor provides.
But for new user coming from their first buy-in to crypto - it can be a little bit too complicated.
For this reason and for many others I want to create a tutorial series covering the most basics parts up to some advanced stuff like the vortex and IL explanation and how bancor is solving these problem.
I am living and working remotely for almost 3 years. Remote living and working taught me some lessons when it comes to organisation and creation/working efficiently.
During the last 2 years I was able to develop some video/animation skills. I m a passionate self-learner and thinker. In my non remote life I am a carpenter. I like to make things and like to help people.
Right now I am creation a tutorial series about a platform where you can check short term earthquake probabilities. By doing this I was able to create for myself a workflow to create tutorials
with animationparts / voiceovers/ screencast.
As a part of my ongoing journey “becoming” a motion/video creator I like to get my “hands dirty”. I want to build a tutorial series about bancor in my freetime.
For this I would like to create:
adobe library with color pallets and vector graphics (like a preset gallery)
(–> this is extremely helpful to a consistent look of the series and to work with linked up projects
within the adobe cloud)
a trello board (or any other canban-style app) to collect topics to cover in a tutorial
or something similar (maybe here?)
“some-kind” of roadmap “funnel” to show the connections between the tutorials to make sure
to get a new user from zero to hero in an “elegant way”
a place to organize scripts (for subtitles and translations)
Is there a place where I can easily find or pull the current CD-manual?
Does anything listed above already exist?
I would like to discuss:
- what makes a good onscreen tutorial (duration/information/…)
- topics that have a huge demand for a tutorial
Sorry for the long topic I wasn’t expecting this. (especially on a Sunday).
I am highly motivated to take the next steps and I am happy to hear your thoughts and topics.
Since I m doing this in my freetime I would be super happy to have some extra brainpower.