Mobilism is an initiative of PPK, Krijn Hoetmer, and Stephen Hay. They combine deep knowledge of the mobile web with the necessary organisational skills.
In 2009 he shifted from traditional desktop browsers and sites to the mobile Web, and he never looked back. He discovered that mobile devices and browsers are in even more need of description than their desktop counterparts, and set himself to the task.
On the Web he is universally known as ppk.
Krijn is a freelance web developer, who likes to stay in the background a bit. While doing so he's an active volunteer within Fronteers, where he handles the member administration and helps organizing the annual conference, monthly meetups and workshops.
In his other spare time he can be found in his second hand clothes shop, messing around with some IRC logs, playing badminton, trying to perfectly indent HTML with his own crappy CMS or eating salads. He also isn't used to writing about himself in third person.
Stephen has been designing and developing for the web since 1995. He was formerly Creative Director of Cinnamon Interactive, one of the first web design and development firms to successfully combine professional visual design with open web standards and accessibility best practices back when table layout was the norm. He now independently consults with clients on design, multi-platform strategy and accessibility through his new company, Zero Interface.
Stephen has written for A List Apart, NaarVoren and ChangeThis. Aside from his client work, he speaks and writes on the subjects of CSS3 layout, (web) design and accessibility. He sporadically publishes his thoughts at the-haystack.com.