August 31, 2007

why don’t LBi do mobile?

Filed under: mobile — danielharris @ 1:42 pm

This might be a question I’ll be asked at the conferences in a couple of weeks time.

Is it because we have a focus on browser based internet? Perhaps it’s because our clients haven’t asked for it. Maybe both. I feel we should have at least a view – an even some strategies for selling it to our clients.

So, I’m thinking of gathering together interested peeps to form some kind of working group to research this stuff and produce some UE / Design principles / IP aound the subject – hollar if you’re interested. Or if you’re not.



  1. Yo there Dan. Susan and myself (maybe even Roxanne) will be interested. I remember your mobile stuff from your course – it was really nice. We have been doing some mobile stuff for the Map of Medicine – very interesting.

    Comment by Jason Mesut — September 1, 2007 @ 11:11 am

  2. wicked. I’ll put a wider word out (technical architects and designers) and set up a short proof of concept session. would be good to see how and where people want it to go.

    maybe a nice starting aim would be to start a strategy doc for

    Comment by danielharris — September 2, 2007 @ 9:18 pm

  3. Working with mobile ubiquity

    Trackback by Bye default — September 16, 2007 @ 5:20 pm

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