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Re: Last Call Comments on "Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0" (13 Jan 2006 draft)

From: Werner Egipsy Souza <hephail@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 21:13:06 +0530
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Dear Ian,

To clarify my point, the same way in which Gmail users have the option to
switch between a basic HTML page, a standard without chat page and a
standard with chat page, we should also be able to provide users with the
ability to choose between standard mobile page and standard PC page.
--
Cheers,
Werner

http://hephailnews.blogspot.com

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On 2/15/06, Werner Egipsy Souza <hephail@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Dear Ian,
>
> In the Abstract, your comment was
>
> >Please start early with the "One Web" message, for example by adding
> something like this to the end of the preceding sentence: "An
> >important Web design principle (discussed, for example, in section
> 4.3 of "Architecture of the World Wide Web") is to design content that
> >is flexible enough to enable a valuable user experience for a variety
> of devices. This document explains how to design for "one Web" while
> >also optimizing for the mobile experience."
>
> The issue here, is that there are many web-based applications, which
> would have facilities purely for the mobile environment,which is
> heavily reliant on real world parameters, such as time, company,
> location and proximity
>
> Hence, making a page which satisfies both the desktop, which is an
> environment isolated from the real world, and the mobile, which is
> embedded in the real world, does not seem feasible.
> --
> Cheers,
> Werner
>
> http://hephailnews.blogspot.com
>
> Comments or opinions expressed here, and in the previous mail, are my own
> and do not represent the views of Jataayu Software, it's management or
> employees. Jataayu Software is not responsible and disclaims any and all
> liability for the content of my comments.
>
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