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Help with developing a proof of concept website needed!
This website will be a mock up, but functional, web3 app. I need help designing the UI. I have experience with solidity, and web3.js, but not with web design. The ideal output of this would be a website which covers the below-mentioned requirements, and which has functions in js which allow me to change the various UI elements, and change the state of the UI easily. No web3 implementation is needed, only UI!
I have proposed, as an assignment for my MBA, a [RanDAO](https://github.com/randao/randao)/Lottery mashup, where each participant in the lottery also commits and reveals a secret, helping generate a random number de-centrally. I would like to show a functional proof of concept website at my oral defense. This may or may not be further developed into a final product (if you're interested in further development, I'm happy to collaborate on this after this assignment is done).
See the attached file for details on the design requirements, contact me for clarification. Use [gitcoin](https://gitcoin.co/issue/paradoxDAO/lottery-website/1/401) to claim the bounty and indicate that you've started work.
PS: Please allow for a couple of iterations of the design