W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Course

In what is to my knowledge the first W3C online course, the Mobile Web Initiative offers a free introduction to mobile web best practices starting May 18th 26th. Unlike other online courses you are not required to attend nightly classes in another timezone, instead you can watch the lesson anytime you want within a week. Because the instructors need to review your homework, only 100 participants are allowed. So if you are interested in the mobile web or how mobile and accessibility best practices overlap, better rush and register!

The four lessons include a view of the big picture, coding, usability and design challenges, and understanding the relationship with other W3C standards and activities. Your instructors are among the best: Stéphane Boyera is leading the W3C’s work on the mobile web in developing countries, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux is the Mobile Web Initiative’s Activity Lead, and Philipp Hoschka is the W3C’s Deputy Director and leading the Ubiquitous Web activities. For more information check the Mobile Best Practices recommendation.

3 Responses to ‘W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Course’

  1. Jens Grochtdreis

    Unfortunately the regsitration is already closed. Such a shame.

  2. iheni

    Hi Martin,

    Think the course starts on the 26th May — they mixed two dates I think. Anyway, I’m all signed up and looking forward to it so see you there. Henny

  3. Philipp Hoschka


    since I learned that some folks end up on this blog entry when looking for a mobile Web development course:

    I just wanted to point out that we’re still doing this course. For more information, check out http://www.w3.org/Mobile/training/