For help making your brand more small-screen friendly, get some inspiration by checking out the five brands featured below that are already making mobile work.
The digital grass is, of course, greener on other sites, but there is reason to believe that your Web design is A-OK (and likely better than you think). Let us explore four reasons why.
By making your website responsive, you make your business’s information more convenient and therefore more accessible to anyone searching for it. As of last year, more people are using their smart devices to browse the Web instead of computers.
Here are some of the major principles, which will help you to craft websites and user interfaces that provide a magnificent user experience and in turn, repeat visitors.
Is YOUR website mobile ready? Every now and then companies tell me that their mobile Web traffic is still too low for them to prioritize it over the traditional PC Web. While few can doubt that the latter is still prevalent among customers, in reality, many brands are experiencing low traffic due to the poor user experience afforded to those accessing via a mobile device.
When operating under the assumption that mobile today is where the Web was in 1999 – from both a boom and hype perspective, as well as an application development perspective – there are two integral questions that arise. What can the Web’s evolution teach us about the future of mobile? And how can developers address these challenges?
Content Experiments, the new feature for mobile apps, is great news for any app developer. You can test, iterate and optimize in ways that just haven’t been possible before.
Here is one reason to work on your Mobile SEO… Currently the search volume is still higher on desktops but Google has said they believe that the number of mobile searches will exceed the number of desktop searches by the end of 2014.
We simply can’t keep our hands off the Internet. Whether at home, work or outside; the Internet follows us wherever we go. With more than 60 percent of all mobile users in the U.S. now on smartphones, it is hard not to talk about the mobile Web. The mobile Web leads us to the most important factor that contributes to a great user experience – Responsive Web Design.
A strong A/B testing plan will allow you to increase your revenue. You will also learn valuable insights about your customers, because you will know their preferences instead of guessing what your customer may want.