To help the Web Monetization Community, and past, present and future Web Monetization projects with the need for educating others about the Web Monetization Standard we've created this series, entitled Educating Your Community About Web Monetization.
In Part 1, we learn about Pain and Confusion Points identified by community members.
Educating Your Community About Web Monetization - Part 1: Identifying the Pain Points
Erica Hargreave for Grant for the Web ・ Nov 15 '21 ・ 2 min read
In Part 2, we share the first Community Tip from what is working for others in educating their communities about Web Monetization.
Language Matters - Community Tip #1 on Educating Others About Web Monetization
Erica Hargreave for Grant for the Web ・ Nov 16 '21 ・ 2 min read
Read on to discover the next Community Tip on educating others about Web Monetization.
Community Tip #2 on Educating Others on Web Monetization
Help Your Community Visualise Web Monetization
Some of the easiest to understand descriptions of Web Monetization are the visual ones, that illustrate the concept of Web Monetization. To demonstrate this, we have shared some of the Web Monetization visualisations created by Coil, Veethika Mishra, Creative Living for Dancers, Artist Rescue Trust, and Food Rescue Alliance below. Utilize previously developed Web Monetization graphics (with permission, credits and link backs) in your Web Monetization educational endeavours or use them as inspiration in creating your own Web Monetization illustrations. One free digital tool that will help you in creating such graphics is Canva. We'd also recommend checking out this zine created by Decentralization Off the Shelf, Dear Decent, Money in My Browser!??
Graphics Created by Coil
Graphics Created by Veethika Mishr
Graphics Created by Creative Living for Dancers
Graphics Created by Artist Rescue Trust
Graphic Created by Food Rescue Alliance
Share Your Favourite Web Monetization Visualisations
Have you created some Web Monetization Visualisations or do you have a favourite created by someone else that we haven't listed above? If so, we'd love it if you'd share a link to it in the comments below, so as to inspire others among us here.
Top comments (3)
Love those, I came across this interactive tutorial from The Akita Project which is really cool!
It's on here too from @sharon and @elliot: community.interledger.org/akita/wh...
❤️ Glad you like it @graeme !
Love that bit of educational storytelling too! We've featured it further along in our series. Thanks Graeme!