My site used to look fairly decent on a mobile phone browser, but I’ve now added a custom skin just for mobile phones. You can force the skin by visiting with a skin=mobile query string (note: to switch back, change it to skin=codeka), but I’ve also added some code to detect common phone browsers (it’s actually not that easy to do…)
I’ve been meaning to do this for a while now, but I never really got around to it. It’s not like I get visited by lots of people browsing from their phones, but maybe now I will :)
If you look at the mobile version of the page from a desktop browser, it looks pretty ugly, but it looks better on a phone, which has a very limited display resolution (and selection of fonts). Unfortunately, I can’t help you much with posts that have images in them, but most everything else looks alright.
Note that the mobile version of this site is pretty limited. You can’t browse archives, find the RSS feeds (do any RSS readers exist for SmartPhones? I guess there must be some) and so on, but that wasn’t the goal of this skin. It was basically just to help people who find this page on Google on their phones (which I guess is a vanishingly small crowd – but that’s the great thing about spare-time projects, I get to choose the features I work on! :)
Merry Christmas, and happy new year, everyone!