NEEED standards-heavy AMAZING main site
mgalli at mgalli.com
Mon, 01 Sep 2003 14:13:10 -0700
:) Yes, I wrote that big 6 welcome page during my internship. I can
contribute with design ideas, and add-ons to the page. Will also think
about some ways to cause impact with good usability and performance.
PS: I suggest we create a project page under mozilla.org. Something that
is gonna be good for developers also meanwhile we design and prepare
something. And would be the place where we can document things such as
design ideas, models used, etc. I see already some requirements
mentioned here, so it's a good start.
Tristan Nitot wrote:
> James Russell wrote:
>> Any word on this? I think this is VERY, VERY important. A ho-hum main
>> page will not help us gain market share. We neeeeeeed an awesome,
>> standards-heavy Web site to wow people with what standards can do and
>> give them an excellent reason to download Mozilla. I cannot stress
>> the importance of this enough.
> Sure. I agree, but with a few remarks:
> 1 - The design must be professional.
> 2 - the markup has to be standards-compliant. (the way it is now makes
> it really hard for us to push web standards for Gecko compatibity when
> discussing with web developers, while even our own web site does not
> follow our recommendations).
> 3 - a standards-compliant version of the current web page has been
> submitted by friends of mine to mozilla.org (not sure who). I'd love
> this web page to be replacing the current one. The look and wording
> are the same, but it is much much ligther (roughly 40%), therfore it
> loads much faster.
>> email@example.com wrote:
>>> I think this page was made by Marcio Galli, I'm inviting him to
>>> subscribe this list. He certainly has good marketing ideas to share
>>> with us.
> Marcio could help us in making a cool JS+DOM widget to demo Gecko's
> feature. Whether is works in IE or not still needs to be discussed.