The Future of Mobile Web Design with HTML5
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In this presentation I talk about the mobile web and where it's being taken thanks to HTML5 and point out some examples of how mobile web-design shouldn't look (and how it should).

In this presentation I talk about the mobile web and where it's being taken thanks to HTML5 and point out some examples of how mobile web-design shouldn't look (and how it should).

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  • 1. audio track included The Future of Mobile Web-design May 2011 Orun Bhuiyan
  • 2. Before the iPhone, mobile devices weren’t very sophisticated and couldn’t surf the web in a user friendly fashion.
  • 3. Then came the iPhone (and it’s app-centric model) This meant more usability, better webbrowsing and feature rich functionality with apps
  • 4. Blackberry and Andriod soon followed and created their own software development kits to encourage the creation of numerous apps.
  • 5. With proprietary app development systems like these dominating the market, how are smaller mobile competitors to thrive? =
  • 6. HTML 5 means: • A more robust & semantic web browsing experience. • Videos and animations don’t need to rely on Flash. • Less apps and more versatile web pages
  • 7. <webkit> • iPhones, Android phones and now Blackberries run WebKit to browse the web • Most other smaller phone manufacturers do to • Newer versions of Webkit support HTML5 • This means HTML5 is a serious threat to the app centric model. • Smaller phone manufacturers and new entrants encourage HTML5 development wherever possible
  • 8. It looks like may win back the mobile environment!
  • 9. Bad Mobile Sites
  • 10. Good Mobile Sites
  • 11. Thanks for Watching!
  • 12. References Adams, B., (2011). "The Future of the Mobile Web" Telegraph.co.uk., http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/opinion/watching-web/the-future-ofthe-mobile-web-16004990.html Carter J., (2010). "HTML5 Mobile Web Development". O'Reilly Media., http://oreilly.com/catalog/0636920014225 Featherstone, D., (2010). "Interact with Web Standards" New Rider's Media: p 410. Grigsby, J., (2009). "HTML5 from a Mobile Perspective". Cloud Four., http://www.cloudfour.com/html5-from-a-mobile-perspective/ Oshiro, D., (2010). "HTML5 is Great For Mobile, Developers Say". Read Write Web., http://www.readwriteweb.com/start/2010/01/html5-isgreat-for-mobile.php