Tomorrow Mozilla Labs will again host an “open design lunch” at the Mozilla offices in Mountain View. We’ll solicit topics from attendees at the beginning of the lunch, divvy up the available time between them, learn about each problem in turn, and brainstorm solutions.
Mozilla Labs just released JetPack, a new experimental project intended to make adding functionality to the browser as easy as writing a web page. We’re looking for ways that the API can make life even easier for developers. At tomorrow’s lunch, Aza Raskin will present JetPack in action and solicit design feedback on the API.
Anyone dealing with design challenges who is looking for help resolving them is welcome to join us! You provide the problems, and we’ll provide the food and feedback. (You’re also welcome if you just want to provide feedback on other people’s design issues!)
To join us, come to 1981 Landings Drive, Building K, Mountain View, CA 94043 at noon tomorrow, Thursday, May 21. Let us know if you’re coming (and how many of you there are) by commenting on this blog post so we get a sense for how much food to order.
See you soon!
— Rhian Gracey, on behalf of the Mozilla Labs team