Why the Comment Section on Dribbble Sucks

5 years ago from Jonas Goth, Creative at Noak

  • Bryce HowitsonBryce Howitson, 5 years ago

    Sounds like a really cool idea. That said you need to find a way to mitigate the cost to reviewers. A good critique is expensive in terms of time spent to generate anything worthwhile. Let's say a solid critique takes 15min to understand the problem, 30min to type up your thoughts and 15min to find something you feel qualified to discuss... That's an hour of someone's time.

    Maybe it's worth looking at a compensation model of some kind. The idea behind codementor might make sense.

    That said, I would LOVE to collaborate with you on this idea. Gmail brycehowitson if you're interested.

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    • Arix KingArix King, 5 years ago

      Definitely agree—the exchange in value is probably the trickiest part of the problem. I like the idea of a codementor like model though.

      I'll shoot you an e-mail in a bit! Thanks!

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