Mobile Design

Mobile-Friendly = Business

In 2019, mobile phones and tablets will account for 79% of all web traffic and this could mean that people are looking at your website only 20% of the time via a PC or a laptop.

Mobile Internet Access

Mobile-Friendliness and SEO

Of all the factors looked at by Google when deciding how to rank your website on search engines, mobile usability is ranked as the third most important of all the factors. If the [Google] bot finds that your site is hostile to mobile users or loads very slowly, you’re definitely going to lose rank.

Web Apps

Web Apps / Mobile Websites

Built using HTML/CSS/JavaScript
Runs inside a browser(Safari,Chrome,etc)
Built like a regular website or web app
Designed to look good on mobile devices

Native Apps

Native Mobiles Apps

Most common type of mobile app
Built for specific platforms
Build using native programming languages
Interact with almost any feature of the phone

Hybrid Apps

Hybrid Mobile Apps

Combination of native & web apps
Use HTML/CSS/JavaScript
Runs inside of a container / webview
Best Bang for Your Buck

Make your site UX/UI responsive with a mobile-first approach.

Mobile UX/UI design is critical, the easiest, fastest, and the most cost effective tactic is to make your site responsive.

Responsive UX/UI focused websites are built using established web technologies including HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript, and they work inside of a standard web browser like Safari, Chrome, and Firefox developed and hosted like any other web application or website on the Internet. The only real difference is that they’re constructed to look good and to function well on mobile devices, this typically means that they’re responsive and UX/UI developed with a mobile-first approach.

This is what Google has to say about this whole responsive design business, check out its Developers Page:

Serves the same HTML code on the same URL regardless of the users’ device (desktop, tablet, mobile, non-visual browser), but can render the display differently (i.e., “respond”) based on the screen size. Responsive design is Google’s recommended design pattern.

Don’t overthink it. Responsive Mobile-First Design is good for your UX, UI, and SEO.

Making your site mobile-friendly (bonus points if it’s mobile-first) isn’t optional anymore. To talk more about mobile design and digital marketing, or anything else


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