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### User Story
As a contributor coming in to Gitcoin, I'd like to know what to do when I visit the Hackathon landing page.
### Why Is this Needed
- We've had feedback that contributors are confused and don't know how it works or how to get started, when they come to the hackathon landing page.
- Data: Drop off 1000 ppl —> 100 hackers participating.
Human - we assume that contributors don't know how to proceed after they click to learn more about hackathons.
Business - We assume that if we fix this problem the number of drop offs will decrease and there will be more hackers hacking.
Tech - We assume that we would likely need to build a proper onboarding flow within Gitcoin.
Come up with a proposed hackathon onboarding flow.
### Current Behavior
Not a cohesive experience
### Expected Behavior
A cohesive experience
### Definition of Done
- Review current hackathon experience flow
- Suggest improvements based on problems presented
- Come up with a proposed design of an onboarding experience.
- Review with Hackathon team, product, and squad engineers
### Data Requirements
[comment]: # (How will we measure the success of this feature? What kind of tracking is needed for this feature (clicks, impressions, flag)?)
### Additional Information
Feedback from contributor interested in participating in the hackathon.
> Every time you send out these Grow Ethereum hackathon notices I run over to the web site for the hackathon and discover I have no idea what to do next or even how the hackathon works (e.g - what kind of project to make, what the judging criteria is, intellectual property ownership of submissions, etc.). You should take a look at DevPost and see how they do things to hold a hackathon.