Hey guys! Let's show you a sneak peek of the product and how it looks. Let's start by the payment's page.
Juiiicy's goal is to provide designers with a new way to make money on design projects. For designers who are posting work they don't have time for, they get a 10% cut of the entire project. For designers doing the work for these jobs posted to Juiiicy, they get access to jobs and money they wouldn't have had access to otherwise. It's a win win :)
"Invoices" will then let you create an invoice to the client with the amount you are going to charge. Juiiicy will then know how much the designer charged and split the money. There's more behind it but let's keep it for later.
If you have questions, please guys let us know here. We will be happy to answer it even though we need to keep some secrets for the very end!
Go now request an invite! http://juiiicy.com/
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about 1 year ago
So you guys are taking a percentage of the total project budget as well? How much would that be?
And will Juiiicy work as an escrow system too?
So if I get it right Juiiicy takes 7% of the total project for handling and platform development. Is that correct?
Awesomeness to say the least, but not crazy about the light purple on hover?
nice combination! @Julien Renvoye
The interaction is quite handsome. Nice work.
Love this concept and the colors being used for it, although I don't like the purple top bar. I know it is in your colorpalette, but personally I would go for something darker. The dark blue used for the background in your previous shot would be a nice improvement;)
What stops the user distributing the work through twitter for free?
great. wanna be a part of that
Not a big fan of the colors here, also please add some contrast.
Love the layout and the placid color scheme. What if your user has a sun glared screen? Maybe a little darker though like Jeffery says.
I think the contrast is way too low especially for poor screens and/or working in sunlight.
Next level shit!
I think there are too many colors goin' on. Maybe limiting color palette and increasing contrast a little bit?
Loving the colours.
Great work guys! Respectfully, I'd like to say that taking any % is strange to begin with.
RECEIVING END: I have my own billing/invoicing system, why would I use this one to interact with the client? 20% "fees" seems a bit harsh imo, but I do understand the concept in desperate times.
GIVING END: Personally I wouldn't want a cut of anything if I were to recommend anyone... its money I never earned. But its a norm these days so I get it... would be nice if that number was adjustable maybe?
Overall, great idea... just not sure about the fee part of it.
its lovely :)
Looks pretty cool to me, requested an invite.
I love the design, but I'm not a fan of the business model.
Love the design/layout, but I agree that contrast is pretty low. Eyes could get pretty strained after looking at this for an extended period.
Agreed with other comments about low contrast... also, no offense to you because it looks nice, but I am waiting for the day someone DOESNT use proxima nova in a table and still have it look sleek.
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