Badge Name should have correct punctuation, spelling and capitalization.
Example: “Cheers to you!”. The You to should be capitalized.
Badge Names should be unique and not mirror any core badges.
A core badge is a badge displayed in the app, under Beer or Venue.
Badge Names should not include profanity, racial slurs, or offensive text.
Do we really need to explain this one?
Badge Names don't have to be just the name of the venue. Celebrate your unique identity!
Be creative as possible, encourage people to earn your badge and be proud of it!
Badge name should be short, and not over 50 characters.
If the badge name is too long, then the person will not be able to share it on Twitter.
Badge Descriptions should be no more than 300 characters.
Keep it short and sweet - you don't want people to scroll through multiple paragraphs
Badge Descriptions should not include any links.
You'll want to avoid routing people away from checking in more beers.
They should not include profanity, racial slurs, or offensive text.
Badge Descriptions should be at least 50 characters.
Thank them for their patronage and encourage them to return!
Badge Description should not tell the user how to unlock the badge
The description is only shown to the user after they unlock
Badge Descriptions cannot support “new-line” or “line-breaks
All badges need to be within the maroon badge template
- This color is consistent across all badges and should not be changed
Badge images should not include profanity, racial slurs, offensive text, or pornographic material.
Keep it clean!
Badge images should not include photographs of people
This won't translate well in a badge
They should not be images of memes
Sorry, Grumpy Cat
- All badge artwork must be owned by the client, cannot use any trademarked images that don’t own.
- Don't steal. Stealing is bad.