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All posts by Coralie Mercier

About Coralie Mercier

Coralie is Head of W3C Marketing and Communications.

W3C Website redesign: new Information Architecture, wireframes

Our website redesign work is shaping up nicely and although due to COVID-19 we’ve had a few understandable delays, we are nearing an important milestone as navigation design is about to begin: Studio 24 have just published a new Information Architecture –and a summary of the content design work that informs it– as well as […]
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W3C Website redesign: Update to the project site; opening discussions on GitHub

For the remainder of the 2020 W3C website redesign project, we are moving to share documents by default on the W3C website redesign project mini site and marking as such any draft documents, and moving discussions to GitHub, where I will monitor and funnel questions and feedback from the W3C community to Studio 24, who […]
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W3C Website redesign: short user surveys regarding finding content

Hi everyone! As part of the 2020 W3C website redesign, I am looking for volunteers among those who use the current W3C website, to take a couple of short surveys. They will help Studio 24 determine the best Information Architecture for our site. How users find content associated with standards, specifications and technical reports on […]
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Happy 31st birthday, World Wide Web!

In March 1989 Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote “Information Management: A Proposal” and with that quiet act launched an idea, the World Wide Web, that has changed our lives. We are incredibly grateful to our Director, Tim Berners-Lee, for the invention of the Web, for founding the World Wide Web Consortium, for all his work to […]
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What are your #webstories?

Starting today, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Sir Tim Berners-Lee, our Director and the inventor of the World Wide Web, founded the Web Consortium on this day, 1 October 1994 to ensure the long-term growth of the Web, and since then, we have worked to create a Web […]
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W3C TPAC 2019 Platinum Sponsors announced

We are now two weeks away from TPAC 2019, the annual five-day event that allows over 500 people to coordinate the development of Web standards done in W3C’s working groups, community groups, the Advisory Board, and the Technical Architecture Group (TAG). Working Groups, Interest Groups and the W3C Advisory Committee will hold their face to […]
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