Anatomy of the project feed
has the most exquisite content at your disposal. It has projects ranging from resourceful playgrounds in refugee camps to transit shelter for pilgrims, from re-defining playgrounds to re-imagining red riding hood’s journey through
architecture, there’s always more and beyond. The project feed has special contents divided into different sections in the form of results from different competitions.
- Results from divide 13
- Results from Brilliant Brand Awards '19
- Results from Sanctoreum
- Results from Retro - Fit
- Results from Cocoon and more
To view the project feed, click on the projects icon from the sidenav bar. The project feed displays a cover image of a few projects followed by project sections below. It is as shown in the image below:
Fig.1: Project feed anatomy
The elaborate project card description is also shown in the image below. It consists of the competition title, competition name, name of the project owner, role of the owner, number of team members, cover image, a title for the project and a description line for the project. An option for ‘load more’ and ‘show all’ to see more entries in detail.
Fig.2 : Project card explanation
Click on load more to view more project entries within the section and click on show all to see all about this competition entity on a different page.
Anatomy of project editor
A project editor is a place where you start creating and editing your project. A project should essentially have these things: A title to your “Project”. A description of your project of no more than 360 characters. Images to your project Tagging ...
What does publishing a project mean?
Publishing a project means that you allow other people to view it publicly on uni as well as over the internet. It is open for posts, comments, and likes for all members of UNI. To publish your project, click on the Publish tab once you’re done ...
How do I find out the project participants for any project?
To find out the project participants for any of the projects, search for the project from the search bar. Step 1: Click on the project card, you wish to view the participants for. Fig.1: Project card Step 2: Click on the participants' icons Fig.2: ...
What is a project?
A project is a fundamental block of your profile. It is what will define your profile and work section on UNI. It can be from the field of architecture, urbanism, product design or any other design discipline listed on UNI.
What are discussions on a project?
Discussions on a project are a way to start constructive discussions throw ideas on some of the existing interesting projects and build upon those discussions to build better projects in the future. Discussions have stricter guidelines than comments ...
How can I see juror’s view?
At present, you can click on your project directly from your profile and what you see will be visible to the jurors as well.
If I edit my project, will I lose my votes?
No, you are allowed to make any number of changes/updates to your projects and the number of votes will not be affected by it. The number of votes stays the same.
Why do people need to sign up to vote?
It is essential for people to sign up to vote so that, the originality of the votes is maintained and to avoid fake voters. The system of signing up processes a good voting system, that ensures minimum fake votes.
How to write a query to UNI?
To write a query on UNI, click on the icon shown in the image below: Figure 1: Chat with us A few things to keep in mind while writing a query: Quote the reference numbers where necessary If the chat is continuous, keep the ticket number for ...
Is there a grace period for submissions?
No, there are no grace periods for any submissions.
I'm having trouble logging in. What do I do?
UNI uses third-party Login APIs provided by Facebook and Google to speed up the log-in process. These APIs need to store some cookies on your browser for smooth functioning. However, sometimes the settings on your browser don't allow third-party apps ...
In an idea competition what are the different types of award an entry receives?
There are 4 types of awards as an outcome of competition on Uni: Type A (Jury Picked Merit Awards) - 1. Winner, 2. Runner-up, 3.Honorable Mention, Type B (Voting Awards) - 4. People's Choice, Type C (Organizer picked merit awards - Optional) - 5. ...
Is UNI free to join?
Yes! UNI is free and will always be free to join. However, UNI provides some of the services and features on a paid basis or over a monthly/yearly subscription.
What is a cover image?
It is the thumbnail or the most striking image of your project. On UNI it has to be kept in a ration of 2:1 in landscape mode. In UNI's feed when there are hundreds of projects are being browsed by our users, your cover plays the most important part ...
How do I vote for a project in a competition?
Voting for a project is open for all who are registered on UNI. To vote for a competition please follow these steps: 1. Open the competition page and navigate to the entries section. Fig.1: Entries under Competition 2. Navigate and browse through all ...