W3C Webinar: Mobile Web Design

Internet stunt double Cameron Moll presents W3C Webinar: Mobile Web Design.

Bert Bos man Bos has informed me that those boffins (Ed says Oxford English Dictionary: Brit, colloq, a person engaged in scientific research) at the W3C are offering places at a W3C Webinar on Mobile Web Design.

Mobile Web Design - W3C Webinar, July 26 2006

If you thought that understanding how to design for the mobile space was Mission Impossible, the IMF W3C have an offer for you, should you choose to accept it.

Designing Web sites that are usable, accessible and elegant has its challenges - but add digital products to the mix and it's a whole, new ball game. The variety of screen sizes, devices, and operating platforms alone can be overwhelming.

This presentation takes a look at where we're at, where we're headed, and how to best extend an existing or planned Web site to handheld devices with minimal repurposing of code, content, and images. Discover the elements of forward thinking design needed to maintain consistency, regardless of where and how users access your content.

This Webinar will held on Wednesday, July 26 2006 at Noon in Paris, 11am in London, 6am Boston and will be presented by no less than than Tom Cruise's internet stunt double and all-round nice chap, Cameron Moll.

Sign up to see Cameron set off large explosions hear Cameron tell you all there is to know.


Replies

  1. #1 On July 19, 2006 07:24 PM Milos said:

    Oh dear, I�m in Munich. Not in Paris.

    Greetings Milos

  2. #2 On July 20, 2006 09:57 AM Richard Conyard said:

    Best of luck to them if they can get around the merry mix which is the mobile device market.

    Having had the misfortune to have to develop projects using MIDP, CDC etc. in Java where even phones sharing the "same" symbian core do not act the same I can't see developing websites for them being much easier!

  3. #3 On July 20, 2006 11:11 AM Simon Wiffen said:

    Will notes from this be posted anywhere afterwards does anyone know?