- 1. März 2013Our Work Here is Done 
Thanks to the hard work of countless WaSP members and supporters (like you), Tim Berners-Lee’s vision of the web as an open, accessible, and universal community is largely the reality.
- 9. Februar 2012Call for action on Vendor Prefixes 
When I first became involved with The Web Standards Project I was, like most of my peers, either building two completely different sites to support the version 4 behemoths – Internet Explorer and Nets …
- 8. Februar 2012Web Design Course Materials Licensed to W3C 
As professional web builders we know that the web is constantly changing and our methods and practices must respond and adapt as well. There are so many new disciplines web professionals need to be kn …
- 15. Dezember 2011An End to Aging IE Installs 
Do you hear that sound? That’s right Johnny, it’s the sound of millions of web professionals breathing a collective sigh of relief.
- 30. November 2011Beyond the Blue Beanie? 
You put on your blue beanie every year. But you can make a difference throughout the year. For several years, web workers passionate about web standards have donned blue beanies for one day to bring a …
- 13. März 2011The Sherpas are Here 
After many months of hard work, we’re excited to announce the launch of Web Standards Sherpa.
- 1. Februar 2011HTML5? Check. Accessible HTML5? Um… 
The Paciello Group and others are examining the accessibility of HTML5 implementations across the current spate of browsers. Their findings are a little disheartening.
- 28. Januar 2011HTML5 logo: W3C takes a step in the right direction 
With a little back-pedalling, the W3C has moved away from their blanket characterization of modern web tech as “HTML5”.
- 18. Januar 2011HTML5 logo: be proud, but don’t muddy the waters! 
In which we ask that the W3C to come up with a new monicker for the umbrella of modern web technologies.
- 5. August 2010Small Business Update 
A while back I announced WaSP's new small business outreach effort and, thanks to your help, we've been making great progress.