Coming soon: Mobile Web Design, the book
~ 17 October 2006 ~
From the teaser site:
Much has been written about mobile devices. Much has been written about developing websites for the so-called “standards era” of the web. However, little has been written about the two colliding. This book aims to fill that void.
I must say I’m quite excited to announce this, as it’s the culmination of many hours spent figuring out how you and I — XHTML/CSS designers and developers — might understand, embrace, and ultimately develop content for the mobile web (a WAP 2.0 web, that is).
Also, in the latest issue of .net magazine, which hits shelves today in the UK, you’ll find a Q&A in which Christian Hall and I go toe to toe discussing the ins and outs of the mobile web.
Watch this space for more details about the book.
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