On 16th and 17th of May we’ll organise Mobilism, the mobile web conference, in Amsterdam. Today we unveil two new speakers as well as our MC.
Also, early bird is running out. We've only got 30 early-bird tickets left, and they will run until January 25th, so if you want to save €100, you’d better hurry.
In total we'll have 16 sessions lined up for you, including our mobile browser panel, hosted by Jeremy Keith. We'll also have deep diving talks about UX, content strategy, the responsive images rathole, mobile rendering performance, console browsers, some case studies, mobile JS APIs, and more. Today we're adding three more names to our programme.
Both Dave Shea and Derek Featherstone are very well known for their work on the web. They’ve both, obviously, moved to mobile and want to share their experience with us. Dave will talk about mobile design anti-patterns and Derek will discuss accessibility options on mobile.
Our MC this year will be Tim Kadlec! Formerly one of the driving forces behind the popular Breaking Development conferences in the USA, author and now an independent consultant. In between sessions he will be responsible for all Q&A in an interview-style with the speakers.
If you've made up your mind for the 16th and 17th of May, please join us. If you already did so, thanks! You won't be disappointed.
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