A Free, Open, Curriculum for Web Education



WaSP InterACT is a community driven project that offers a free, open, curriculum for web education.

Schools that teach web design struggle to keep pace with our industry, and those just starting their curricula often set off in the wrong direction because the breadth and depth of our medium can be daunting. The WaSP InterACT curriculum project seeks to ease the challenges schools around the world face as they prepare their students for careers on the Web.

WaSP InterACT is a living curriculum designed to change and keep pace with the fast moving industry. Its courses are divided into several tracks that provide students with a well rounded foundation in the many facets of the web design craft.

Anyone can get involved and contribute!

(via swissmiss)

MF, studio, dbda


The Children’s Traffic Club appears in the METRO

An article about dbda’s award winning The Children’s Traffic Club was published March 9th in the London METRO Newspaper.  The article commends Transport for London (TfL) who ‘thanks to funding’ can provide The Children’s Traffic Club FREE to all 3 to 4 year olds living in a London borough. Since The Club began in 2003, over ¼ million London children have received these life-saving messages.

The Club has already played a huge part in helping to reduce the number of children killed or seriously injured in London by 72% since the late 1990s, which is why TfL is committed to providing the scheme throughout capital.

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