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  • Technology continues to evolve rendering earlier versions obsolete almost instantly. And the reference to versions encompasses any device that is populated with programmed information. We have the users to thank for that in part as consumers lives evolve and change their needs follow suit. The Internet started out fairly simple and increasingly got complicated. And now we are experiencing yet another trend where users want to remain mobile but connected to information at will. \n
  • Companies have been scrambling to catch up with consumers needing to access websites using their mobile devices. According to Gartner, by 2013, more people will access websites through mobile phones than through desktop computers. Mobility is of the up most importance to our society and we are seeing that transformation right before our very own eyes.\n\n
  • Even the telecommunication industry has had to change from analogue phones to digital phones in order to keep up with consumer needs and trends.\n
  • Tablet sales are expected to double from 12 to 24 million units. This jump has been said to be attributed to the iPad2 release. The overall tablet userbase is expected to reach 50 million by the end of 2012.\nThat's a lot of people to build apps and tablet-friendly websites for. Here's the chart\n\n\n
  • According to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), cell phone subscriptions is expected to reach 5 billion in 2010\n\n\n\n\n
  • In addition to being PC and laptop compatible, designers have to include smart phones, netbooks and tablets. \n
  • To support the increase in mobile devices accessing the web, browsers are being programmed to detect the type of device trying to access files; i.e mobile phone. \n\n
  • It is impossible to predict what mobile phones users will be using and can make a designers job impossible as well. It is suggested that keeping visual consistency between a desktop site and a mobile site the same as much as possible. Visitors will expect to navigate through site the same whether using a mobile phone or desktop pc. Scrolling needs to be kept at a minimum. I know I hate scrolling down or sideways. The goal to keep in mind is rendering content as quick as possible and the user not having to spend time searching for it on the site no matter what mode they are using.\n\n
  • Assume the user is pressed for time, if they are visiting a restaurant’s site, they mostly likely are looking for location, directions or want to contact them for reservations. It will be difficult to keep the desktop and mobile design identical but then again we are talking about technology and technology has proven over and over again, if you can design it in your mind, it can be achieved.\n


  • 1. Project 4: Presentation on Mobile/Tablet Designby Jude D TitusInstructor: Carol CoxDate: August 26, 2011
  • 2. Desk Top Friendly
  • 3. Not Mobile Friendly
  • 4. Analogue Digital
  • 5. Tablets50 Million Users by end of 2012
  • 6. Tablet User Forecast
  • 7. Web DesignBusinessPersonalPersons with Disabilities
  • 8. Challenge: Keep PC and Mobile Content The Same
  • 9. How To Determine Content
  • 10. Mobile Compatible Sites
  • 11. References