Mobile Web Best Practices - Free W3C Webinar, November 20 2006
W3C presents: Mobile Web Best Practices
Need help with the challenges of mobile Web design? Join us for a
free W3C webinar where you will learn from an expert in mobile Web
design what to think about when mobilizing your Web content, what are
your options, and how you can benefit from the expertise collected
through the documents and tools provided by the W3C Mobile Web Best
Practices Working Group.
W3C Webinar on the Mobile Web Best Practices
Monday, November 20 2006
11am Paris - 10am UTC - 5am Boston
* Duration: 1h
If you are
* experienced with XHTML/CSS
* familiar with good markup techniques
* unsure about this "mobile Web thing"
this Webinar is for you!
This presentation will briefly introduce the W3C Mobile Web
Initiative, before diving into the documents produced by the Mobile Web
Best Practices Working Group, with a specific focus on the Best
Practices themselves, the accompanying techniques, and the plans for the
future mobileOK mark. This will be illustrated with examples and
demonstrations of the Mobile Web Best Practices checker.
Invited Speaker: Dominique Hazael-Massieux
Dominique Hazael-Massieux has been working for the past 6 years at
W3C, where he gained a large expertise of the various technologies that
serve as a foundation of the Web as we know it, as well as the basis for
the Web as we don't know it yet. Since 2005, he is involved in the
Mobile Web Initiative, serving as the Team Contact for the Mobile Web
Best Practices, putting this knowledge in application in the context of
mobility. In addition to that, he's developing the Mobile Web Best
Practices checker, the first tool made available to help content
providers follow the Mobile Web Best Practices.