Create templates to quickly answer FAQs or store snippets for re-use.
Interesting idea. The simplicity of a binary response space makes it difficult to half-ass the job just to get some cash, that would make the payment option viable.
OTOH, the metric does not seem particularly useful to me by itself. In a double blind test, yes, assuming #upvotes is monotonically increasing with quality, rather than being more-or-less binary.
What people "like" doesn't correlate with what makes design useful. Showing users designs out of context might help designers pick the prettier thing, but it isn't going to help with creating designs that are more useful.
I understand the value for the person posting but what about people swiping right or left, what value for them ?
On Tinder people swipe to find someone that match. What about this app ?
At least for me I like to take a look at designs on dribbble in my free time.
People would in their free time judge.
Another incentive model would be to just outright pay them in cash or some other currency(vouchers coupons etc).
That's just my thoughts what do you think?
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