W3C website redesign project
Between 2020 and 2022, Studio 24 worked with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) on a redesign of w3.org to more effectively communicate what the organisation does with a modern, inclusive, usable website. Since then the W3C team have been building the Beta website, which launched in February 2023.
W3C are now testing the Beta website before updating the live w3.org website later in 2023. You can give feedback to help us improve the Beta website.
We set this project site up to help work in the open, to share our progress, key documents and learnings. We strive to post regularly to this site, so sometimes documents will be draft and potentially work-in-progress.
You can view the full timeline or subscribe to updates via RSS.
- Beta w3.org website
- Design system
- Frontend website code repo
- Craft CMS code repo (this repo is currently private)
- 27 Feb 2023 - Beta website launch
The new website design is launched on beta.w3.org to gather community feedback
- 07 Apr 2022 - Handing over to W3C
As our work comes to a close, we reflect on the past six months and the future of w3.org
- 01 Oct 2021 - Weeknotes, 1 Oct
We’re working on a frontend integration sprint to build out the new w3.org