There has been a super dynamic progression from 1996 to 2006 and to now. From the way we use mobile devices from just calling to now texting, emailing, watching videos and surfing the web all on a mobile device.
The tablet is one of the latest gadgets to wow this generation. It is expected that by the end of 2013 that 1 billion people will be using mobile devices so it is time to cater to the needs of the people. More people are on the go and they are not sitting at home on a regular pc like they were 5 years ago.
It is 2013 and a lot of websites still aren’t mobile ready. It is time for change so you can retain customers and get new customers too.
Web design for the web vs. mobile has made designers change the way they present information. It used to be filled with information that was wordy and with big images, now it is the meat of the site and the images has to be resized for mobile sites to capture the audience attention.
Facebook is a site that is probably known by many. Their site has been mobile ready for some time now. They were ahead of the curve and developed content for mobile devices earlier in their phase.
Another website that has been optimized for mobile use and has retained customers on the go because of the change they made with mobile development.
This is what a customer does not want to see when they are on their mobile device. It turns them away and therefore you lose money by retaining customers.
This is one website that is top of the line, but not fit for mobile devices.
Html 5 is a new universal language to make all website mobile.
You have to choose to do it now, because waiting until tomorrow might cost you everything. Businesses need to learn how to keep up with the times and not get caught trying to catch up.
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P R O J E C T 4 : P R E S E N TAT I O NO N M O B I L E / TA B L E T D E S I G N By: Larry Cothran