Posts by dchinniah@mozilla.com

Design Jam Iasi #1: Intense, Fun & A Rip-Roaring Success, Say Over 50 Jammers!

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A guest post by local champion, Dr. Sabin Buraga. The dust has finally settled on Summer Web 2011 and — myself and other local champions Stefan Negru, Dr. Lenuta Alboaie & Andrei Panu — have just about recovered. Phewwww! Background … Continue reading

Community Concepts: Ubiquitous Firefox, Part 2: Solving Tab Proliferation

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A guest blog post by community member, David Regev — a philosopher, Firefox enthusiast, and an aspiring interaction designer. Background Just over 2 weeks ago, David asked the question ‘What would web browsers look like today if we redesigned them … Continue reading

Design Jam London #3: All Systems Ready & Raring To Go!

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After two successful events, the third London Design Jam is happening on the 2nd of July, thanks to continued support from Mozilla Labs and City University London. Local champions Johanna Kollmann, Joe Lanman, Desigan Chinniah & Franco Papeschi will take … Continue reading

Student Outreach: Graduate Students at University of Southern Denmark (SDU) take Home Dash for a Spin

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An international group of 4 students at University of Southern Denmark’s Mads Clausen Institute (MCI) are currently working on a semester project in cooperation with Mozilla Labs. The project is central to the HCI / Design Studies course within the … Continue reading

Design Jam Iasi #1: Romania Opens the Jam Jar as Part of Summer Web 2011

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Local champions — Dr. Sabin Buraga (@busaco_), Stefan Negru (@blankdots), Dr. Lenuta Alboaie & Andrei Panu — invite neophytes, apprentices, and experts in Human-Computer Interaction and related fields on 3 & 4 June 2011 to attend the first edition of … Continue reading

Community Concepts: Ubiquitous Firefox, Part 1: How Do You Design a Debris-Less Browser?

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A guest blog post by community member, David Regev — a philosopher, Firefox enthusiast, and an aspiring interaction designer. First Principles What would web browsers look like today if we redesigned them from scratch? The following is an attempt to … Continue reading