Blackbrick manages the following projects:
- Web Standards
- ProgClub Projects
In an effort to be valuable web citizens Blackbrick has been involved in the development of a number of web standards:
SAK2014: Standard Access Keys for Web Pages
SAK2014 is a specification for standard access keys for web pages. That means a consistent user experience for shortcut keys across participating websites.
BICC Scheme: the Blackbrick Input Color Coding Scheme
The BICC Scheme is Blackbrick's Input Color Coding Scheme for web forms, a specification for coloring HTML input elements in web forms to indicate the validity and publication status of the users' data.
Network Provider Pledge
The Network Provider Pledge is a pledge to make the web private. The idea is that network operators can make a promise about how they will and/or won't process/record your data so as to provide the best privacy outcomes for individuals.
Most of Blackbrick's open-source/free-software projects are hosted at ProgClub. If you're interested in the free software we've developed you might like to peruse the ProgClub projects. We're particularly proud of: