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Slides from the workshop: 'The mobile web and the future of your council's website' hosted by JAdu at Building Perfect Council Websites 11, 14 July 2011 #BPCW11

Slides from the workshop: 'The mobile web and the future of your council's website' hosted by JAdu at Building Perfect Council Websites 11, 14 July 2011 #BPCW11

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    Workshop: the mobile web and the future of your council's website #BPCW11 Workshop: the mobile web and the future of your council's website #BPCW11 Presentation Transcript

    • The Mobile WebAnd the future of your Council’s website
    • The mobile web is a critical newchannel - an evolution of thetraditional and social web.
    • What is an App?An interface specific to your content
    • Content and tasks have notchanged - but the emphasis is ontasks with mobile.
    • Content has to be brief.An opportunity to cut to the chase.
    • You can’t just load your full site ona mobile device.
    • Give users the option
    • Turn your tasks into apps anddeliver them on the web.
    • A web only app:A microtasking interface for your website
    • Web apps are HTML :) Pro’s Con’sMore device features Limited offline storage 100% offline use Requires 3GGreater local storage ATM limited device access Rapid development No revenue from AppStoreLives on web server No stores!!!
    • A native app: Compiled code native to the device using adevelopment environment
    • Native apps have their place too.
    • Native apps have their place too. Pro’s Con’sMore device features Need to download it 100% offline use Version managementGreater local storage Support Can be sold! Changes are slow Device specific iOS, Blackberry,Android Steep learning curve Need to use a store
    • “Any sufficiently advancedtechnology is indistinguishablefrom magic”.Arthur C. Clarke, "Profiles of The Future"
    • JQuery mobile - not magic, but it is cool.
    • No budget?Just like building a website.
    • Discussion:Top Mobile Tasks
    • Have you seen this? www.weejot.com
    • Christina Fowler“Designing for your mobile users" Session at 4.15pm