Last week, Jason Grigsby wrote a lovely contribution to the ongoing saga that is ‘mobile context’.
I tend to agree with Jason that there is something a bit strange about declaring the case closed. As mobile is different in so many ways, there surely must be some way we can take advantage of this new always on, always connected, and often physically mobile state of being?
In September we presented the smallest speck of an idea to a small crowd at Over The Air. Weeks later, the dust is still settling on the
140,000200,000 presentation views, hundreds of tweets, and multitude of conversations, and we finally have time to provide the presentation with a much-needed introduction.
The mobile web today is a bit of a minefield. You type m.something, or maybe something.mobi, then you cross your fingers. If you’re on an iPhone, or maybe Android, you probably do ok. On other devices…not so much.
A list of all things mobile web, from statistics and specifications to design patterns, development guidelines and on-device testing services.