develop mobile sites for large companies for their b2b and consumers
What is your industry?
Describe your audience
marketing managers, marcomm teams, people in charge of user experience, web teams, interactive agencies
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate to your audience?
iphone is cool but it's only part of the stack that should be supported The key to a mobile experience is that it is the best at phone can support Our pitch is to be device agnostic, detect the phone of the end user and serve the best site that phone can support
What styles do you like?
alistapart Boxesandarrows Forrester
What colors do you like or hate?
Any other additional info? (optional)
most people don't consider this topic when looking for mobile sites or even developing them. It's what we are really good at and what makes us better than most. To us handling all of the phones is the same as supporting seo and accessibility. They should be looked at the same. Imagine a large b2b company like cisco has someone on their site but it doesn't support a blackberry phone
By crowdSPRING on 28-Jul-10 10:37 p.m.GMT
We just wanted to let you know that we've issued a cS award to user "TurboDolphin" for their great work - congrats, TurboDolphin!
If you're wondering why the full award wasn't given out, well, unfortunately, the buyer in this project has asked for a refund. And, because we offer buyers a money-back guarantee, sometimes we have to make good on that promise. In these cases, we refund the entire award (and our project fee) and pay the creative a cS award out of our own pockets. We've promised that every single project will be awarded - no matter what - and this is our way of honoring that promise. While we can't always pay the full award in every case, the winning creative is also free to keep the rights to all their work and do with it what they want. We hope you understand...
Thanks so much for participating and see you around the site,