How to Krakin’t Doodle

2 min readOct 4, 2020


Although title may sound like the new country-music single (probably to be used for a Krakin’t Youtube video intro), we would like to represent the idea of Doodling and how it will be used within the Krakin’t frame of a reference.

To make this writing short and up to a point, here is a link to the famous Google Doodles. Briefly, Google Doodles are meant to mark a significant day, individuals and events by providing a drawing or a fun quick-app with a link pointing to a Doodle explanation as well as the information about the Doodle reference.

Krakin’t will take this fun idea but with a slightly different approach, since Google has already done a wonderful job marking the history. Although mainly Krakin’t oriented, we will use Krakin’t doodles to mark the next milestones in a development.

At the time of this writing, we are going to be concerned with coding the miner interface. For this reason, we have changed the main logo a bit as well as the banner to tell us about the next steps.

Changed Krakin’t logo
Changed Krakin’t banner

These doodles also have a great meaning pointing to the work behind the scenes.

  • They are pointing to the next main milestone
  • They provide the brief front-end experience

For example, with this Doodle, we can extrapolate what the Krakin’t Miner user interface will feel like. The main theme would be the cave or the mine-shaft with all the vibes the caves bring. You can also assume a cartoon-like illustration.

We will keep all of the Krakin’t doodles in a GitHub directory located here.