On the back of our announcement from Friday, we finished the first round of voting in the Mozilla Labs “The Home Tab” Design Challenge, identified the Top 10 concepts and moved them into a second round of voting.
In the second round we will once again ask the wider community to cast their vote – this time on three randomly selected concepts out of the top 10. Voting will be open until midnight March 1st.
If you participated in the first round, you can use your log in for the second round voting. And to say “thank you” again, all registered voters in the second round have the chance to be one of five lucky people, who get a fat Mozilla swag-pack for their votes! (this is independent from the five swag bags from the first round)
Some fun stats from the first round of voting
In the first round of voting, 2,228 people registered, out of those 2,021 confirmed their registration (the other 207 most likely had our confirmation email caught by their spam filters). Out of those 2,021 confirmed voters, a total of 1,187 submitted votes, resulting in a total of 5,390 valid votes. Thus each concept had an average of 112 votes (which is statistically relevant) – the lowest average score was 1.56, the highest average score was 3.67.
If you submitted a concept to the Design Challenge, we will follow up via email and let you know what your score was. We also randomly selected 5 people from the pool of confirmed voters who submitted at least one vote and contact them via email regarding our swag bag.
– Pascal on behalf of the Mozilla Labs Design Challenge Team