A continuing discussion on where mobile web is now and where it is heading.
In this video, Gio and I continue our discussion on where the mobile web is today, and where it's going. Specifically, we talk about the biggest mistakes that businesses make with regard to their mobile strategy, whether hardware matters in delivering a successful mobile user experience, and finally, why digital engagement is an asset.
Tim is off today. This column was originally published on April 29, 2011 on ClickZ.
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As president, Tim sets the vision and overall direction for new product development and partner strategy at Siteworx.
Tim frequently collaborates with clients to help them find strategic advantages and to connect the strengths of Siteworx with their business and audience needs. Tim has a deep background in technology and interfaces, with fluency in multiple programming languages and a wide range of architectures. He is a pragmatic engineer interested in measurable success for clients which he believes can be achieved through the successful balance of form and function.
Formerly CTO at Iteration Zero, Inc., Tim has a degree in mechanical engineering, with educational excursions into music, language, art, and artificial intelligence. Tim is the current chair of the Open Source for America (OSFA) Working Group on Elections and Voting and also serves as a mentor with The Founder's Institute, a business incubator and four-month executive training program for new and seasoned entrepreneurs.
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