Web Design and Development Archive

Mozilla wants YOU at Learning at MozFest 12

Calling all teachers, educators, instructors, mentors, youth and anyone teaching digital skills: Mozilla wants YOU at Learning at MozFest 12 Photo Credit: Angela Jimenez The Big Idea: Build a big tent for everyone teaching the web We’re in the early stages of building a Mozilla Webmaker program for educators called Hacktivate Learning. In 2013, Mozilla [&hellip

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1-Pagers and Contributing

In the course of conceptualizing our modular Hacktivity Kits, we decided to create simple, visual 1-pagers for activities. Here are some prototypes (that are crappily compressed and impossible to read :P): We’re also putting assessment stuff into 1-pagers, cheatsheets in 1-pagers, everything in 1-pagers. Why are we doing this? Because it makes sense to give [&hellip

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Hackjam Parking Lot

This past week, we ran a Hackasaurus/P2PU hackjam to implement functional changes to the P2PU platform and create challenges curriculum for Hackasaurus. It was a whirlwind three days. While we had specific goals, we also had a lot of ideas that aren’t in scope for this phase of the Challenges Project. Those ideas deserve some [&hellip

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10 Days til MOZFEST!

I’m volunteering at the Mozilla Festival in London on November 4th to the 6th. I’m pretty excited about it. I had a lot of fun last year, learned a lot of interesting tidbits, and met some wonderful, awesome, fantastic, strange people. We brainstormed. We talked. We made some neat things, had some unique conversations, and [&hellip

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the Webist

I just did a search for “Webism” because I was wondering if the term had already been coined. Sure enough, it has, but what I found through my obsessive link clicking is that it is definitely time for a redefinition of Webism. The thing is, the websites using the term obviously started dying years ago, [&hellip

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