On 10th and 11th of May the second edition of Mobilism will take place in Amsterdam. Like last year, it will concentrate on all aspects of the mobile web.
Today we finalise our line-up: no less than Brian Fling, principal of pinchzoom, will come to Amsterdam. In keeping with the design-minded philosophy of his company, Brian will talk about the principles of good mobile design, based on a transferral to mobile of Dieter Rams's 10 principles.
With Brian's announcement we have only one empty slot left in our programme, and we can already tell you that it will not feature a solo speaker. For the moment we're going to be quite evasive and coy about this session. We'll unveil it next week.
Tickets are still available; and frankly, if your job is to incorporate mobile into the web you can't afford to miss this conference. In addition to the main conference we'll feature workshops by Remy Sharp about building mobile web apps, and by Lyza Gardner and Jason Grigsby on taking your desktop web skills to mobile from a content and interaction design point of view.
See you in Amsterdam in May.
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