Mozilla has launched a new web site for its Mozilla Creative Collective initiative which aims to gather all the Mozilla community’s design and artistic efforts in one place:
Mozilla’s visual design is an important area that has traditionally lacked an organized community, which is why we started the Creative Collective. Our goal is to inspire people to contribute their talents to the Mozilla cause, and to give them the benefits of being a part of a community. In the end, the MCC was built to showcase the artists, and we can’t wait to see the results!
For launch, it includes several Mozilla posters from the past, the Firefox mascots (Foxkeh, Kit, G-Fox, no Foxmosa right now), web sites art, community store designs, etc. All users are encouraged to produce and share their pieces of work in the site.
As an incentive, users who join this first week will get an exclusive “”Founder” badge for their profiles. Users who join in the first month will get a “Pioneer” badge as well.