On Friday, I asked for simple Mozilla One Web Day campaign ideas. People have offered up good suggestions both online and verbally. One suggestion I got face-to-face was a basic poster campaign celebrating the open web. It might look something like this:
… but with real design and in an easy-to-print format.
We could invite people to put this poster in their cubicles or workspaces, local stores and libraries and even in the windows of their homes. We could also encourage them to take a picture of themselves with the poster. Something like:
… and then post it to the web. We’d probably also have a contest for best photos etc.
This feels like a simple and fun way to meet our goal of getting people to think about the web as something they value. Which in turn is a step towards promoting the idea that the web is an important public asset. What do you think?