DeCir has made changes to its interface. It has shifted from a simple and less-detailed interface into a robust architecture. The new interface simplifies project launches for NFTs and DAOs and also offers features such as feedback and tips.
- DeCir has made robust changes to its ecosystem
- The new interface simplifies project launches for both DAO and NFT businesses.
- It also offers useful project-building tips, as well as a feedback channel for creatives building on the architecture.
Our new robust Architecture
DeCir offers a no-code interface for businesses and creatives looking to launch web3 token-gated experiences. Over the years, we have delivered on this promise through our seamless onboarding process.
This time around, we have taken things further by improving our architecture. We have added new features that improve the experiences of new projects and also improve existing projects. We have added new features such as project launch tips, community-building tips, and feedback.
Why new Features?
The new features are part of DeCir’s continued effort to create smooth experiences for creatives and businesses.
The project and community tips will serve as guides for new projects by providing them with timely information on how to build a proper project. It contains vital details including the role of the community, community engagement, NFT launch tips, and how to deploy their project on DeCir. Existing projects will learn how they can further engage their communities as well as the tips needed to build sustainable projects.
We have also integrated the feedback feature to fasten feedback from projects to our team. The feedback feature brings the DeCir team closer to projects through a simple link URL that takes them directly to our Discord channel. There, they can relate to DeCir, discuss their issues, and how we could further help them improve as a project.
The rationale behind the new DeCir interface goes beyond the aesthetics. The changes have been made to incorporate new features that will further enhance the experiences of new and existing projects that are built on DeCir.