Mozilla Labs Introduces Design Challenge
Editor’s note: Mozilla Labs introduced the first of a series of Design Challenges on Tuesday, January 27, 2009, as part of the Mozilla Labs Concept Series. See Pascal Finette’s, Mozilla’s open innovation catalyst, comprehensive post on the Mozilla Labs blog, excerpted here:
The Design Challenge is a series of events to encourage innovation, and experimentation in user interface design for the Web. Our aim is to provoke thought, facilitate discussion, and inspire future design directions for Firefox, the Mozilla project, and the Web as a whole.
For the inaugural edition of the Design Challenge, we’re focusing on highlighting the creativity of students: if you don’t know what’s impossible, you’ll accomplish it.
If you’re a student, help us answer the question: “What would a browser look like if the Web was all there was? No windows, no unnecessary trappings. Just the Web.”
March 1st, 2009 is the submission deadline for Initial Mockups. If you’re interested in participating, please see the Labs discussion forums for more information. If your school is interested in participating, please contact Mozilla Labs at email@example.com.