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It’s an exciting week for us at Studio 24. After working in partnership with international standards body W3C for the past 3 years, the redesigned W3C website has gone live today on w3.org!

This represents a massive achievement by the W3C and Studio 24 teams, and one I’m incredibly proud of.

Redesigning one of the oldest sites on the web is no mean feat and the project covered a wide range of work including user research, CMS platform selection, technical architecture, accessibility, content design, internationalisation, UX design, accessible HTML/CSS front-end development, Craft CMS, headless CMS, Symfony PHP development, and more.

We have more information on the project and the different work we tackled on the working in the open website. You can also read W3C’s blog post about the launch.

I’m really happy we have helped W3C move their website forward. Accessibility and building sites with web standards have been at the heart of Studio 24 since we started in 1999 and it’s just as important now.

Websites need to work for everyone to be successful. Using the standards that underpin the web, which W3C helps develop and move forward, is essential to this.

In October I’ll be talking about the project and how we adopted Craft CMS at the Dot All 2023 conference in Barcelona, which I’m really looking forward to. In September last year, I talked at Web Summer Camp in Croatia and Marie talked at Dot All 2022 in New York City.

I want to also thank the team at Craft CMS for their support during the redesign, Digital Accessibility Centre for their help on accessibility testing, and Zoonou for help on browser and device testing.

And a big thanks to the team at W3C and all the different W3C folk we worked with during this project, it made it a great experience and something the whole team is really proud to have achieved!

Smiling selfie of Simon with the W3C team. They are standing outside with a big blue sky and undulating landscape. Coralie is smiling and making a peace sign.
Simon and the W3C team (Coralie, Jean-Gui, Vivien) in Sophia Antipolis, France, September 2022