For all you mobile standardistas out there the W3C is running an online training course An Introduction to W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices, 1 June – 31 July 2009
W3C is running an extended and improved version of its online course to introduce Web developers and designers to its Mobile Web Best Practices.
In this course you will:
* learn about the specific promises and challenges of the mobile
* learn how to use W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices to design mobile-friendly Web content and to adapt existing content for mobile;
* discover the relevant W3C resources for mobile Web design.
As a participant, you will have access to lectures and assignments that provide hands-on practical experience of using W3C’s mobile Web Best Practices. You will have direct access to W3C experts on this topic who are the instructors for this course, and you’ll be able to discuss and share experiences with your peers who are faced with the challenges of mobile Web design.
Visit An Introduction to W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices for more information including details of the course material, more about who will benefit most from the course, the registration fee and access to a free sample of the course itself.
Background reading and useful links
- Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0, W3C.
- Making a Web Site Accessible Both for People with Disabilities and for Mobile Devices, W3C.
- Designing and Developing mobile web sites in the real world, part 1 by Brian Suda.
- Designing and Developing mobile web sites in the real world, part 1, By Brian Suda.
- How to serve the right content to mobiles, by Chris Mills.