|Team Lead: Chris More||Mailing List: email@example.com|
|We are the Web Productions team. We help Mozilla create compelling and innovative web products including www.mozilla.org, mozillians.org, affiliates.mozilla.org and many more!|
Do you have a question and don't know who to ask? Come chat with us at #webprod on IRC or e-mail the team. Read below to learn more about what we do and who we are.
To help Mozilla create compelling and innovative web products.
- Provide technical project management for web products.
- Create world-class user-facing websites, applications, and web-based campaigns.
- Helping other teams achieve their web-related goals as internal consultants and technical experts.
- Foster communication between product owners and all technical teams involved.
- Document web development processes and best practices for internal and external teams.
- Removing blockers and keeping momentum in projects.
- Collaborate with the greater Web Development community.
The following are some of the properties and application that we manage:
- Mozilla Careers
- Mozilla Reps
- Mozilla Blogs
- Firefox Affiliates
- Firefox Flicks
- Firefox 3.6 start page
- Firefox OS Operator Self-Service (OSS)
- Firefox OS CRB
Tools and Services:
- Firefox About:Home Snippets
- Kanbanery (Task and backlog visualization)
- Scrum Bugs (Scrum/Agile management of Bugzilla)
- Mozilla Basket (Website to newsletter integration)
- SmartSheet (Timeline management)
- Google Analytics (Web analytics)
- Optimizely (A/B testing)
Why do we need a team focused on building websites?
- Ensure consistency, standardization, and quality of our websites.
- Manage scope and timeline to keep projects on track and lean.
- Improve efficiency in all aspects of the project life cycle.
- Prioritizing tasks and projects based on goals that help "move the needle".
- Making "pretty" designs a web reality.
- Baking continuous improvement into everything we do.
Our technical project managers (TPM) are official called Web Product Engineers (WPE) and instead of engineering code, they engineer and manage the entire life cycle of a technical web project. They are project managers that have experience in web development, project management, people management, and helping keep project teams happy and productive.
We have both front-end and back-end engineers that develop and implement the code that runs the web properties that we manage. We also now have a full-time Information Architecture and UX designer on the team that will help ensure that what we do on the web is focused on the user and always improving.
A few people in our team are identified as having special expertise about a topic that we deal with, such as testing or localization. We call these people Champions, and you can read more information and see a list of the current champions on the Champions page.
Our Web Makers (in alphabetical order)
Program Manager for Mozilla.org
Mike is responsible for collaborating and building relationships between our primary stakeholders and helping flesh out the ideation phase of a project.
Product Manager, Websites
Jen is responsible for Mozilla's website strategy and product road map.
Craig is a HTML5, CSS, WordPress wizard!
Web Product Engineer
Justin is a technical project manager with a background in web development.
Web Analytics and Optimization Engineer
Front-end Web Developer
UX Lead & Information Architect
Andrei is front and back end developer with experience on Mozilla.org. Contact Andrei
Michael does mainly back-end development and also has strong abilities in HTML5 gaming.
Web Developer Paul is a back-end developer and is the creator of the wildly successful Scrumbugs tool that multiple Mozilla teams use to manage their project.
Web Productions Manager
Chris is responsible for the process, standards and management of the Web Productions Team and building relationship throughout the organization for teams that need Web Development services.
Web Development Manager
Ben is the manager of the web developers and has a background in both development and project management.