Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2014


Designing for Participation and Web Litteracy

Mozilla has 4 pillars of activity, to build, empower, teach, and shape the web. One of the ways we can help others join with these activities is to design our systems and processes with participation in mind, but why stop there? We also try to teach, and its a waste to teach someone a proces, and not tie it into a broader understanding.

This interactive talk, derived from the "Desigining for Participation" session at the Mozilla Summit, and spured on by the release of the Web Literacy Standard v1.0, aims to not only help drive better participation by making systems and processes more accessible, but connect skills people learn + use within these to a broader understanding and web literacy.


William Duyck (FuzzyFox)