by Donna | Last updated Oct 3, 2014 | Published on Oct 14, 2013 | Customer Experience, Mobile Web Design, Web Design
In addition to adding content feeds, a good way to embrace the usability on non-traditional Web devices is to design your website using traditional HTML and CSS structure and standards, including following guidelines provided by the World Wide Web Consortium.
by Donna | Last updated Dec 9, 2014 | Published on Aug 28, 2013 | Customer Experience, Mobile Web Design, Web Design
While there are very few people still using obsolete smartphones, feature phones are still being sold today with built-in WAP browsers, although many feature phone browsers also support basic HTML websites as well.
by Donna | Last updated Dec 9, 2014 | Published on Aug 26, 2013 | Mobile Web Design
If you are considering mobile advertising, please keep in mind that it is important to understand how the various components of mobile advertising work before determining if it is currently a good fit for your business.
by Donna | Last updated Jan 5, 2015 | Published on Aug 23, 2013 | Mobile Web Design, Web Design
We encourage you to go seek out any and all the information that you need in order for you to create the best fitting mobile website for your company. No matter what you may need to know, Google Think Insights has the articles and tools available for you that make designing and testing a mobile website faster and easier, especially for novices.
by Donna | Last updated Oct 3, 2014 | Published on Aug 22, 2013 | Mobile Web Design, Web Design
It is important to understand the two fundamental elements of mobile website design – minimalism and simplicity. By incorporating these elements in every facet of your website, you will have a faster, more responsive and more reliable mobile website.
by Donna | Last updated Feb 23, 2020 | Published on Aug 8, 2013 | Customer Experience, Mobile Web Design, Web Design
Before you invest time and resources in creating a mobile website, you should determine if your existing website is mobile-friendly. If a majority of mobile users can view your website and access the contents successfully, a mobile website may not be necessary.