Tag Archives: mobile web
I’m not sure, but Jakob Nielsen thinks so. To summarize his latest article: Mobile phone users struggle mightily to use websites, even on high-end devices. To solve the problems, websites should provide special mobile versions. Read his entire article here. … Continue reading
Since today’s kids are so tied to their cell phones, iPhones, etc., this prediction is not that surprising, as they grow up and become a large segment of the population. Savvy organizations are already working on making their websites more … Continue reading
Recently, the NGT group released their spring 2008 youth trend report. The NGT group tracks influential youth around the world, trying to determine future digital trends. My favorite quote from the report: Today’s youth can be looked at as the … Continue reading
London has started a trial program to put padding on lampposts to prevent injuries to inattentive pedestrians, who are too busy texting to notice the lampposts. Don’t believe me? Read the article yourself – click here.
First, a quick definition – a “portal” is a start page intended to guide to other websites, such as Yahoo.com and AOL.com. They’re loaded down with lots of carefully selected content. In the old days when AOL was the #1 … Continue reading