No one understands the rich world that lies beneath the surface of every Web page.

Hackasaurus | 2011-2012

It all started with a blog post called Kids and The Open Web: as a public resource accessible to all, everyone–including kids–benefits from understanding the very basics of how it works. This led to the creation of a tool called Web X-Ray Goggles, which lets anyone with basic computer skills peer underneath the surface of any Web page, tinker with it, and share their changes. The tool was originally embodied in a kid and family-friendly program called Hackasaurus.

Hackasaurus was designed in collaboration with Jess Klein.

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