Drumbeat/p2pu/Open Web Competency Map/process
- Brainstorm and compile a list of skills from different perspectives through a series of interviews with
- Employers (Lucian)
- Web Standards Expert (John)
- Potential Graduates (John, Drumbeat community, Participants of Mashing Up the Open Web)
- Educators (John)
- Evaluate skill list with respect to possible personas
- Open Web Developer
- Open Web Designer
- Compile a summary of what we've learned from the interview process and share back with interviewees, request feedback.
- Sometime after this point we're going to want to go down the route of presenting to the public via the Drumbeat site and call for improvements, criticisms, and endorsements.
- What does it mean to be an open web developer?
- How do you assess the soft-skills in a web developer?
- What level should the P2PU open web developer certification be?
- What are the most important subject ares to an open web developer?
- What courses would be useful that may not be totally apparent?
- How long should it take to complete all the courses?
- How would you recommend we handle varied skill levels?
People to Interview
Web Standards Experts
- Opera Open Web Curriculum Developers (author names listed on each page)
- Participants of Mashing Up the Open Web
- Survey administered by Mozilla
- Open Web Competency Map with Personas
- Second set of P2PU courses that fit the competency map
Who's working on this?
- John Britton
- Philipp Schmidt
- Mark Surman
- Lucian Teo
- add yourself
A first stab drawing from a meeting in Mountain View with Philipp, Arun, and Chris http://www.flickr.com/photos/johndbritton/4463166405
0103 Site design 0104 Information architecture 0105 Interactive design 0106 Scripting and programming
0301 What should I learn first 0302 Getting online quickly 0303 Web Design Applications 0304 Additional Web development tools 0305 Designing for multiple browsers 0306 Deisnging for accessibility 0307 Progressive enhancement 0308 Choosing a web host 0309 Registering a domain name
- A/B Testing