I experienced a slightly odd bug in the latest version of mobile Safari on iPhone where it was shrinking large background images applied via CSS to fit within the confines of the screen. 3 megapixels looks to be the limit.
A nice comparisons of two of the technologies in a very heated battleground right now, mobile design and development.
The iPhone is nearly three years old. The iPod touch, two. And now, a third device in that family, the iPad will is here. All of these devices feature high resolution multitouch displays, advanced media capabilities and a great web browser, mobile Safari. All of these devices also lack the plugin needed to play the most widely deployed media file format on the web, the Adobe Flash Player.
I’m sure you’ve had one of these…
Some great examples of product comparison designs
I’d like to alert my readers of a new site I helped create with the talented people at The Iona Group. Float Mobile Learning is our mobile learning strategy practice. We work with companies to understand and leverage the power of mobile learning. We help them meet their business strategies by making useful information accessible, anytime, anywhere.
Take a look at this illustration from the site:
I hope you find the content at the site useful, as well. We are looking to make FloatLearning.com THE resource for mobile learning strategy news, information and opinion.
I hope yours isn’t like this. But wow… when you get hit with comments like this, it’s rough.
A bonanza of CSS3 stuff… a virtual buffet of new fangled style-y goodness.