Firstly, let’s start by asking the question: Do you know what your website monthly traffic is? Secondly, do you know what the most popular page on your website is? Thirdly, how many people access this via a mobile device? Now, have you looked at your website and that page only a mobile browser? If the […]
Over the last two years, the rise of mobile/smartphones and tablet devices offering 3G and WiFi internet browsing has changed the way that we use the internet on a daily basis. New televisions and gaming consoles also offer web browsing, pushing the web away from a previous “desktop only” experience, to one that is with us now at home, the office, or on the move.
With mobile browsing expected to outpace desktop-based access within three years, web designers & developers are now faced with a question – how do we build a website for so many devices with varying screen sizes and browsers?
How much do you love your mobile internet device? Does it do everything you need it to do and more? Do you need it to do more than what you thought it would be possible to do 5 years ago? Did you think 5 years ago that you would be able to sit using an ultra thin touch screen computer accessing the internet through the mobile network without a laptop and an antenna?
If only this Mozilla Smartphone Concept would be brought into production! Maybe some of the ideas will inspire other mobile manufacturers?
This great little video really helps show the current state of the internet.
When the iPhone came out I wasn’t sure. I’d used large format phones such as the o2 palm based units and found them cumbersome. The iPhone was bigger. Yet now I wouldn’t want anything else. Apple really have changed the face of mobile phones dragging a whole host of other manufacturers onto the ‘app’ bandwagon. […]