User:Arky/Design Whats Cooking

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Problem Statement: You never know what new projects started at Mozilla. How do learn about them. How do you keep track of them.

Solution: Interactive infographic developed using javascript.


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Addon SDK (Jetpack)


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Hackasaurus A set of tools and curriculum that empowers kids to easily inspect, remix and redesign the Web.

MoJo (Mozilla + Journalism) The Knight-Mozilla News Technology Partnership

Popcorn.js An HTML5 video framework that lets you bring elements of the web into your videos.

Mozilla Labs


WebFWD WebFWD (Web Forward) is the new Innovation Accelerator from Mozilla. It's a chance for us to work with builders like you, and for you to work with us and our brilliant mentors. It's about creating open solutions that push the Web forward, together.

Chromeless Browser The “Chromeless” project experiments with the idea of removing the current browser user interface and replacing it with a flexible platform which allows for the creation of new browser UI using standard web technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript.