Tag Archives: mobile websites
People are looking at your website on a mobile device. Your site should at least work properly. I’ve seen many that are just mini versions of the full site, but I’ve seen some that don’t work at all, look completely broken. The best mobile websites are not just scaled down versions of their big brothers, but redesigned for the medium. The images are often minimized or deleted, the navigation may take up the whole screen as a list, or made to look like navigating an app looks. It’s simplified. Continue reading
Since the dawn of websites people have complained about the monthly contracts, cost and time lag of needing to get their web developers to make the smallest change to their sites. Until just a few years ago creating an environment where non-coders could easily update their website content required custom building of wysiwyg editors. That was expensive, especially if you had to integrate it with some special functionality. Now there are many great platforms to build on that make it much easier… Continue reading
Some look like mini versions of the full site, but some completely break, especially older websites and Flash (on iThings). You may think people aren’t looking at your site on mobile devices but that’s absolutely wrong. Statistics show that smartphones are outnumbering plain cell phones by huge quantities now. How Can You Get Mobile Friendly Without Redoing the Whole Site? Continue reading
Both mobile as a new medium, and a much deeper expectation of websites by very sophisticated users, means designers have to think in new dimensions, the experience and journey of the user being key. Continue reading
The QR code is all about helping you deepen your relationship with your customers by providing them with instant mobile access to the information you want them to have, without their need to be sitting at a computer.
QR codes are intriguing when spotted and give instant gratification – no need to remember the URL for later. Continue reading