Studio 24 to work with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) on the redesign of their website

Studio 24 is proud to announce that it has won the contract to redesign w3.org.

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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) was founded by the inventor of the web, Tim Berners-Lee, and is responsible for key standards that make the World Wide Web work (such as CSS, WebRTC, accessibility, web payments and more). Studio 24 is proud to announce that it has  won the contract to redesign w3.org and will be working with W3C to more effectively communicate what the organisation does with a modern, inclusive, usable website.

Coralie Mercier, Head of W3C Marketing & Communications said: “I am delighted to partner with Studio 24 as we embark on this project. We haven’t done a website redesign in a very long time. In fact, in the 21 years I’ve been with the W3C, I remember only 3 different designs, the current one being from a decade ago. Redesigning our website is crucial to improve the overall experience of those who depend on us for our Web standards work. As W3C makes the Web work for everyone, Studio 24 will help make our website work better for everyone.

Studio 24 has always believed in building a better Web, using standards to make sure the sites its team builds are accessible to all regardless of who you are, what internet access you have, what device you’re using, or any disability you may have.  they say: "We even have our own Accessibility Lead Developer in the team to help move this forward. In this regard, Studio 24’s beliefs are perfectly aligned to W3C’s mission in making a ‘Web for All’. One of W3C's primary goals is to make these benefits available to all people, whatever their hardware, software, network infrastructure, native language, culture, geographical location, or physical or mental ability."

Simon Jones, Managing Director, Studio 24 said: “The team are really looking forward to getting started with this project. In the 20-year history of Studio 24, it feels as if we’ve been leading up to a project like this. Our company mission to bring together human-centred design and open source technology is ideally fitted to a client such as W3C.”

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