Lisk, the blockchain application platform, today announced a collaboration with respected design agency Taikonauten, with the goal of rebranding its ecosystem to greatly enhance the user experience and facilitate even greater user adoption.
The overarching aim of the collaboration – which extends from March to August 2017 – is to create a unified experience for Lisk users. Taikonauten will overhaul Lisk’s corporate design, developing a new logo and media kit. In addition, it will also design and develop a new website for Lisk.
Finally, user interfaces for Lisk’s desktop, mobile clients, and blockchain explorer will also be crafted and designed by the agency.
Taikonauten is a Berlin-based design agency whose goal is to shape the future of the Internet with its work. The company uses digital design to promote key brands, position products and create new opportunities for cutting-edge businesses.
As outlined in the Lisk Development Roadmap, this collaboration is part of Lisk’s resilience phase, which aims to build a more elegant core system, a better Lisk SDK, deploy various useful features, design beautiful and easy user interfaces, and continue to put a major focus on security.
Lisk Foundation President Max Kordek said:
“This collaboration will help the Lisk project more efficiently to communicate the goals of our platform. It will improve the user experience of the Lisk client to a level not seen before in the blockchain space, marking the first step for common user adoption, and unifying our whole ecosystem visually.”
“Until now, Lisk has been concentrating its resources on the development of the back end. We have released many optimizations, stability and security updates to date marking the significant progress the platform is making. Now, our attention moves to making visible changes to our current ecosystem.”
Maik Fahldieck, Founder and Managing Director of Taikonauten said:
“Our vision, together with Lisk, is to increase the visibility of this important platform. We aim to keep user needs at the heart of our approach and to make Lisk even more accessible to regular Internet users.”