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W3C Announces All-out Spec Template Redesign Collaboration

February 8th, 2018

The W3C Specification Redesign Team comprises students in the User Experience and Interaction Design master’s degree program at Jefferson University W3C today announced a collaboration with Jefferson University User Experience and Interaction Design program, which has established a class and a small working group of student designers to re-design the W3C’s specification template, aiming to make the standards for the web easier to use. The scope, requirements and audiences considerations are listed in the SpecProd/Restyle wiki.

The students are asking for your guidance, criticism and participation; and will be posting updates, sharing explorations and revisions, and requesting feedback via the Jefferson + W3C Collaboration blog. Everyone who uses or produces W3C specifications is invited to follow along and contribute. This will be a semester-long project for the students, with the goal of producing a prototype for May 2018. (Implementation and deployment plans will follow.)