Clarify how many other members there are in the community
Clarify who are the other members (choose appropriate categories)
Clarify the composition of the community (ie sub-groups and their power over the project)
State the greater mission of the project (if any) and how their participation contributes to its achievement.
Provide a landing dashboard with statistics about unique token holders or the number of members of a Dapps or DAOs.
Adopt the transparency principle and show all information that could be derived by the Blockchain.
In DAOs consider enriching the information with anything that might be relevant
— kind of members (ie. # of breeders vs non-breeders in Crypto Kitties)
— staking distribution statistics
— maybe geographic locations/time zones?
— maybe sex, ages? (but only if it does make sense to your community)
Search for the categories that are appropriate and relevant to your project and allow users to choose their tags, categories, and bio.
Potentially, allow users to choose their own tags, categories, bio description.
Cosmos's website embodies the many popular Web 3 design trends, such as colorful gradients and 3D graphics. The website has a solid visual hierarchy and compelling CTAs. It also highlights its impressive community by prompting you to "Join the network" and join their community chat, Twitter, developer chat, and Cosmos Forum.