You have the skills and expertise to contribute and collaborate with others.
You are expected to produce the ideas and deliverables for the project.
How does reBaked work?
We're glad you asked! Here's the rundown:
1
A person or organization needing help with a project, writes a short description of their goals and funds the project, becoming a project sponsor.
2
A reBaked user can join the project as a collaborator if their minimum payment offer is accepted by the project sponsor.
3
Sponsors award bonuses to collaborators that move their project forward, until the budget is exhausted or time expires.
4
In the reBaked system, the project owns all the intellectual property that's been submitted by collaborators, who get a guaranteed minimum payment and a bonus upside.
5
Collaborators can riff, spin, and modify each other's work. This iterative approach shortens work cycles and reduces risk for all collaborators.
sponsors
HOW TO START A PROJECT
GUIDELINES
The reBaked system doesn't require an elaborate project specification - we're flexible. You need to know what the project goals are, but you don't need to necessarily know how - that's where collaborators come in. Collaborator expertise coupled with reBaked's flexible work system allows sponsors to award bonuses to entice the work they want.
RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Set deadlines, budget, and goals

  2. Select a team

  3. Award bonuses for good work

collaborators
HOW TO JOIN A PROJECT
GUIDELINES
Freelancers on reBaked don’t have to be jack-of-all-trades. Offer up your unique skills, but don’t feel pressured to fudge what you don’t know - other collaborators will pick up the slack.

Showcase your expertise on your profile. Links to previous work are key. Sponsors will evaluate your offers by what you make available.
RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Play nice with others

  2. Propose and execute ideas

  3. Be flexible