So we released our fresh, newly updated platform (v3.5) last week. And as we see the uptake and adoption of our platform grow, I’m excited to see users catching onto the new features, bells & whistles of the platform.
There are many things I could rant on UNITY’s new platform, but if I had to pick one item out, it would be our continual commitment and development into HTML5. As we know, HTML5 is distributed through the rules of the open web. Infact, HTML5 is still open and developing and yet to be standardized, and where it ends up will be our journey. At the core of HTML5 is the aim to improve the language with support for the latest multimedia.
Our platform does this in several ways: for a user to incorporate multimedia is done like snap with video integration, HTML5 framework, styling, or even including widgets. HTML5 specifies scripting which provides mobile device users richer experiences and improved usability.
Can you image a mobile web with anything less? I’d rather not!
If you haven’t created your mobile site, what are you waiting for? Just click here and you can get started with just your Facebook login: https://www.facebook.com/appcenter/unitymobile
Blog written by: Richard Moravec
Who they are: Mobile Website of the Week – Europa Jagellonica exhibition at GASK museum. Over one hundred and twenty museums from around the world have lent 350 pieces of art to a museum in the Czech Republic, documenting the cultural development of Late Gothic and early Renaissance art throughout the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Croatia and Hungary.
What is unique about this site: This multimedia exhibition guide site has all the features you would need to show a well planned exhibition mobile website, such as video integration, click-to call, click to map, navigation mapping, ticketing, feedback form, plus a graceful and classical layout.
Where you can find the site: http://m.gask.cz (Best viewed on a mobile phone.)
Why we like this site: Creating an exhibition website can be more engaging with your audiences, especially when you include multimedia elements. As an example on how to design an event or exhibition website, the GASK Museum displays all the core qualities in layout an exhibition mobile website.