by Tony Walt
June 16, 2014
by Lucas Jordan
When developing a site that will display on numerous devices, it is imperative to know what features will work on each of the browsers. CanIUse.com is an excellent resource for determining if a feature has enough browser support to be included. It’s generally not a good idea to try to support all browsers, so draw the line at a logical [...]
April 16, 2013
by Tony Hillerson
At one of our recent Making Mobile Meaningful events, I hosted a breakout session to help attendees understand the options for mobile development, and the pros and cons of each. When deciding how content will be delivered to your users on mobile devices, there are several development options to consider. Let’s start by taking a quick look at the platforms [...]
May 11, 2011
by RJ Owen
Day 1 of Google I/O is all about Android and Android is all about the ecosystem.
July 30, 2010
I’ll be attending Flash in the Can San Francisco, Aug. 17 – 19. Started in 2002, FITC is a great opportunity to explore general Web design, mobile design and development, application technology and much more. This will be my first time attending the show, and from all the buzz I’m seeing on Twitter and the Internet in general, it’s going to be great.
You can register here for the conference. And if you do show up, come track me down.