Open Source Design,
Mozilla and You
Umesh Agarwal
Why?
Open Source Design
In this talk, “design” = visual or
graphic design.. i.e. pretty pictures.
A Quick History of Mozilla
Community Design
Mozilla Design History
The Firefox logo itself is a creation of
community design.
Mozilla Design History
Sketch by Stephen des Roches
Mozilla Design History
Current Firefox Logo
Community Design
Now what?
Community Design
There already is a Mozilla design
community.
Community Design
Community Design
Enter the Mozilla Creative
Collective
Mozilla Creative Collective
The goal is to organize and build
our design community around a
central hub.
Mozilla Creative Collective
Designers will be able to:
Gain exposure by posting and sharing
their Mozilla-inspired work on...
Mozilla Creative Collective
Designers will be able to:
Connect with other designers, make
contacts and build up their pers...
Mozilla Creative Collective
Designers will be able to:
Improve their own skills by learning
from others and participating ...
Mozilla Creative Collective
Good design = a powerful way to
spread the world about Mozilla & its
products.
Mozilla Creative Collective
The Creative Collective site will host
posters, flyers, desktop wallpapers, t-shirts,
logos, i...
Mozilla Creative Collective
It’s about connecting people.
Mozilla Creative Collective
Connect the community and
designers via a job board.
How to Get Involved
How to Get Involved
https://blog.mozilla.org/creative
Go to
How to Get Involved
How to Get Involved
How to Get Involved
http://www.flickr.com
Follow
Its all about power of a community.
Any thing can be accomplished.
Any Question?
Thank You!
https://twitter.com/umesh_agarwal1
http://www.facebook.com/umeshagarwal007
https://github.com/umeshagarwal
umes...
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Mozilla design

  1. 1. Open Source Design, Mozilla and You Umesh Agarwal
  2. 2. Why?
  3. 3. Open Source Design
  4. 4. In this talk, “design” = visual or graphic design.. i.e. pretty pictures.
  5. 5. A Quick History of Mozilla Community Design
  6. 6. Mozilla Design History The Firefox logo itself is a creation of community design.
  7. 7. Mozilla Design History Sketch by Stephen des Roches
  8. 8. Mozilla Design History Current Firefox Logo
  9. 9. Community Design Now what?
  10. 10. Community Design There already is a Mozilla design community.
  11. 11. Community Design
  12. 12. Community Design
  13. 13. Enter the Mozilla Creative Collective
  14. 14. Mozilla Creative Collective The goal is to organize and build our design community around a central hub.
  15. 15. Mozilla Creative Collective Designers will be able to: Gain exposure by posting and sharing their Mozilla-inspired work on a highly trafficked site.
  16. 16. Mozilla Creative Collective Designers will be able to: Connect with other designers, make contacts and build up their personal networks.
  17. 17. Mozilla Creative Collective Designers will be able to: Improve their own skills by learning from others and participating in design challenges.
  18. 18. Mozilla Creative Collective Good design = a powerful way to spread the world about Mozilla & its products.
  19. 19. Mozilla Creative Collective The Creative Collective site will host posters, flyers, desktop wallpapers, t-shirts, logos, icons, stickers etc.
  20. 20. Mozilla Creative Collective It’s about connecting people.
  21. 21. Mozilla Creative Collective Connect the community and designers via a job board.
  22. 22. How to Get Involved
  23. 23. How to Get Involved https://blog.mozilla.org/creative Go to
  24. 24. How to Get Involved
  25. 25. How to Get Involved
  26. 26. How to Get Involved http://www.flickr.com
  27. 27. Follow
  28. 28. Its all about power of a community. Any thing can be accomplished.
  29. 29. Any Question?
  30. 30. Thank You! https://twitter.com/umesh_agarwal1 http://www.facebook.com/umeshagarwal007 https://github.com/umeshagarwal umesh.agarwal1@gmail.com

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