Portfolio: Masabi web site
// August 14th, 2008 // Web
I’ve just finished designing the new site for Masabi, as the old site had hit a number of structural and organisational limits. The new site explains our full range of secure transactional mobile phone applications, EncryptME technology, press section, etc wrapped up in an XHTML template:
The CSS is designed to not only offer standard features like a clean print-friendly variant, but also to be targeted at the viewing device with custom CSS variants delivered to iPhones, S60 smartphones and simpler mobile handsets – each of which customises the viewing experience for smaller screens and removes high bandwidth items like large images. Targeted CSS is delivered using Masabi’s DeployME server, which uses some cunning algorithms I cooked up to identify a handset from its User-Agent and related headers.
The site also now fully incorporates the Masabi blog, Masabists, currently run through Blogger (though this will change when I have time).