Mobile Web Design

  • Why You Need a Responsive Web Design to Help Your SEO

    …. Bounce Rate Whenever a visitor exits your website after only spending a short amount of time or they exit immediately after entering your website is called bounce rate. It is directly related to time on site, and Google considers the entry and exit time of visitors whenever they are ranking websites. If Google notices that you have high…

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  • Why do big US companies take mobile less seriously than Chinese companies?

    … researching a series of in-depth m-commerce reports for ClickZ Intelligence, I needed to establish which of the world’s biggest countries are really making headway with mobile. The results are worth sharing. The methodology was simple 1) Use Forbes’ Global 2000 as a guide. 2) Stick to US and Chinese companies (as they dominate the Forbes list). 3…

    Search Engine Watch- 23 readers -
  • Should the hamburger icon be on your mobile menu?

    … interact with menus and navigation. Learn more about mobile user testing. The truth about Facebook and the hamburger icon. Critics of the hamburger also like to cite Facebook’s 2013 decision to drop the hamburger icon in favor of a bottom tab bar as vindication. Reality: This change only happened on the iOS app. The hamburger is still present…

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  • How to use images to bring real world credibility to your digital presence

    … We all know the importance of imagery, especially on mobile. However, the focus on icons and the fear of oversized pages has caused many designers to forget the power of pictures. The right emotive photograph of the right proportions that loads rapidly is a fantastic way to bring your offline identity in a homogenous digital world…

    Search Engine Watch- 30 readers -
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