Aza Raskin Steps Down From Mozilla To Start A Company Called Massive Health
This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry
Aza Raskin is leaving the Mozilla Foundation in order to create a new start-up company called Massive Health. Raskin is the man behind the Firefox Mobile concept and also worked on the geolocation specification for the W3C standards.
“Each of us has a unique ability. I want to use mine—the knowledge to make products which are disruptively easier and more enjoyable to use—to change people’s lives. Life-changing not in the sense of a new social website or better email, but in making people’s lives materially better by helping them get and stay healthy. Anyone that’s been sick, overweight, or had to deal with a doctor knows that health is a field in dire need of humane design,” wrote Raskin on his blog.