The Wick Editor is wrapping up our Mozilla Open Source Support Award! Our community is growing, users are finding new and exciting ways to create projects, and we’ve just released our newest versions on desktop, mobile and tablet to compliment our web editor!

Two Flashies Lounging in the sun by Alyssa Lee

What is the Wick Editor?

The Wick Editor is a free and…


Welcome to the Youth Zone! MozFest, Mozilla’s yearly festival blending art, technology, makers, and society, has opened our call for proposals! This year the festival is all online, and the Youth Zone is looking for young people (and those young at heart) to submit session ideas.

A young boy in the Youth Zone creates an interactive coding project while two educators look over their shoulder.

What is the Youth Zone?

The Youth Zone is…


We’re happy to announce that the Wick Editor has received a Mozilla Open Source Support Award for 2020! This grant will focus on improving access to the Wick Editor, and the tool’s overall accessibility.

What is the Wick Editor?

The Wick Editor is a free and open source tool for creating animations, games and everything…


This year has been incredible for the Wick Editor. With our Mozilla Open Source Support grant, we’ve been able to tackle so many problems facing our tool and community, while creating a better experience for beginners looking to create their first animations, games and interactive projects! …


Today, we’re excited to share some amazing news. The Wick Editor has received a Mozilla Open Source Support grant, which will allow us to focus on developing the Wick Editor full-time for the coming months.

The Wick Editor has received a grant from the Mozilla Open Source Support program

The Wick Editor is a free and open source tool for creating games, animations, and…


For the last few weeks, Team HealthTech has been putting the finishing touches on our interactive modules. From our characters, to our game play, to the animations that bring our scenes to life, we’ve been doing our best to ensure that the final deliverables we produce are of professional quality…


Team HealthTech has developed initial prototypes and designs for our games. Now, it’s time to refine, and refresh our concepts, getting them ready for production.

Grounding our prototypes for production.

Our refined list of scenarios has gone from 65 ideas, to 20 sketches, down to 8 prototypes. Before realizing our prototypes in high-definition and creating…


Commenting, replying and sharing posts on social media presents an opportunity that most can’t pass up. Interacting with posts can be incredibly enticing. Liking, retweeting and replying helps a user build their own presence, curate their own online persona, and show their appreciation for other people’s contents. Yet while users…


The characters of “Dumb Ways to Die” a campaign by Metro Trains in Melbourne

Convincing someone to change a habit or try something new is fairly difficult. A person’s sense of individualism can make them resistant to suggestions, especially when they know that they are being persuaded. So how do you provide meaningful information that convinces someone to alter a behavior without directly convincing…


Connected Health, a Concierge Medicine Facility in Wexford, PA. source: www.bizjournals.com

Previously, on HealthTech 2018, we discussed our client kick-off meeting, defining the scope of our project, and starting our exploratory research.

This week we explored the exciting world of Concierge Medicine and Direct Primary Care, concepts our team had…

Luca Damasco

Luca Damasco likes making things that help people make things. He is the co-creator of www.WickEditor.com.

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