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Mobile accessibility guidelines - Funka

Mobile accessibility guidelines - Funka | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it

In a project funded by the Swedish Internet Fund, Funka has developed guidelines for the development of accessible mobile interfaces. The guidelines are free to use for everyone and we appreciate your comments in the content!


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Infographics

Infographics | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
The idea of bring web world to the Mobile was invented when people were bored of computers. But after that, there has been a good amount of increase of people visiting and purchasing stuffs just by few clicks from their mobile itself.

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Level343's curator insight, April 8, 2013 5:12 PM

Got to admit this is pretty acurate... people are getting bored with computers. Does that mean we are constantly on the move with technology at hand, or does it mean we are getting bored with our PC's?

Never quite sure, since I get some of it. I'm still not a huge mobile user. But, that does not necessarily mean I'm right. LOL

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What is Storytelling and How Can you Use it to Benefit Your Brand?

What is Storytelling and How Can you Use it to Benefit Your Brand? | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it

In the public relations world, being an effective storyteller is just as important as being a great writer. Storytelling is about telling the story of your employees and your company and sharing with your audience what you want to ...


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EDF Position on the Proposal for a Directive on the Accessibility of Public Sector Bodies' Websites

HTML version of EDF Position on the Proposal for a Directive on the Accessibility of Public Sector Bodies' Websites

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Youth for social good

Few thoughts on working with kids and teenagers on social good in mobile and other tech. Suggested reads: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/media@lse/whosWho/AcademicStaff
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La reconnaissance, un levier de fidélisation essentiel sur les média sociaux

La reconnaissance, un levier de fidélisation essentiel sur les média sociaux | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
Liker un commentaire, répondre aux publications des fans, lancer des jeux-concours, demander des avis, proposer des réductions… Les media sociaux offrent une palette d’outils inédite et ludique pour s’engager avec ses fans et les intégrer...

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Navigation For Mega-Sites | Smashing Magazine

Navigation For Mega-Sites | Smashing Magazine | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
This article explains the challenges of navigation on mega-sites.
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Google + ouvre la porte à de meilleurs référencements

Eric Schmidt, ex-PDG de Google, a présenté son livre « The New Digital Age » dans une interview parue dans le Wall Street Journal. Il a en outre révélé
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Responsive Site Redesign: 4 SEO Considerations

Responsive Site Redesign: 4 SEO Considerations | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
If you've decided to go responsive or you're considering a responsive site redesign, there are some issues you'll need to look out for from an SEO standpoint. Don't let above the fold issues, content, internal links, or mobile specifics trip you up.

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Level343's curator insight, March 22, 2013 8:32 PM

The key, like with any redesign, is to make sure that there are clear SEO requirements at the onset of the project and that you work closely with the team on the project throughout the life cycle of the redesign.

Alex McCardell's curator insight, April 7, 2013 7:18 AM

good starting point on the responsive design or not debate for mobile, from an SEO perspective.

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Scoop.it a-t-il un impact sur le référencement ? | NiceToFeedYou

Scoop.it a-t-il un impact sur le référencement ? | NiceToFeedYou | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
Amis référenceurs, est-ce que l'un d'entre vous a déjà réalisé des tests à ce sujet ? Pour ma part, je pense que Scoop.it est un bon levier de social

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Liste des sites spécialisés dans les offres d'emploi digital | Komunity Web

Liste des sites spécialisés dans les offres d'emploi digital | Komunity Web | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
Voici un billet vous présentant une liste de sites spécialisés si vous convoitez un emploi dans le digital ou toute offre dans le secteur du numérique

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Quelles sont les tendances du Web français ?

Quelles sont les tendances du Web français ? | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
Profil des internautes, consommation de l'Internet mobile, m-commerce, vidéos et publicité en ligne... Quels sont les nouveaux comportements des internautes français ? Qu'en est-il des grandes tendances du Web en France ?
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19 Things We Can Learn From Numerous Heatmap Tests

19 Things We Can Learn From Numerous Heatmap Tests | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it

Heatmaps are great for analyzing the behavior of your visitors. They can lead to insights you can’t find using other methods, which can greatly increase your conversion rate.


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Level343's curator insight, April 9, 2013 8:09 PM

One of the main differences between mouse- and eyetracking heatmaps is that when using mouse tracking, you are getting data from your actual visitors. Whereas when you use an eyetracking heatmap, you are using a sample group of people who are often taken out of their normal environment, so it may generate distorted results.

 

On the other side, using eyetracking will give you results with close to 100% accuracy about the testing subjects, while the accuracy of mousetracking is around 85-90%.

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Why magnetic content is vital to your social media communication ...

Why magnetic content is vital to your social media communication ... | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it

Did you know that a great magnetic content marketing strategy can boost your social media presence and help you produce interesting, relevant, and consistent engagement with your target audience? Your magnetic content ...


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5 Principles of User Centric Approach to Website Design

5 Principles of User Centric Approach to Website Design | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
Design always plays a supporting role to the content on the site. What is it that users are looking for on a website? It’s information, and not designs; if you offer that information to the users, they are going to be satisfied with the website.

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La reconnaissance, un levier de fidélisation essentiel sur les média sociaux

La reconnaissance, un levier de fidélisation essentiel sur les média sociaux | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
Liker un commentaire, répondre aux publications des fans, lancer des jeux-concours, demander des avis, proposer des réductions… Les media sociaux offrent une palette d’outils inédite et ludique pour s’engager avec ses fans et les intégrer...

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Web design et marketing : les “must have” de votre page d’accueil

Web design et marketing : les “must have” de votre page d’accueil | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it

La page d’accueil d’un site web est pour moi la plus complexe à construire. Elle sert de porte d’entrée à de multiples pièces et pourtant il faut choisir celle qu’on va mettre en valeur. Ne pas prendre parti et vouloir tout montrer d’un coup, c’est s’exposer à ce que vos visiteurs se perdent. Rappelons l’enjeu : la page d’accueil est souvent de très loin la mieux référencée et la plus visitée.

HubSpot nous rappelle tous les éléments qui doivent figurer sur une home page. J’ajouterais que ces principes peuvent être extrapolés également aux landing pages


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When Responsive Web Design Is Bad For SEO

When Responsive Web Design Is Bad For SEO | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
In my January column I resolved not to discuss the responsive Web design issue anymore, as the One URL versus multiple URL issue is moot now that Google has announced a way to consolidate link equity for equivalent mobile URLs.

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Social Media – A History: Infographic (updated)

Social Media – A History: Infographic (updated) | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it
A few months ago, I published an infographic that revisited some of the many stepping stones in the history of social media. Of course, things change fast, and the infographic had to be updated. So...

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, March 21, 2013 5:38 PM

I don’t know about you, but my first foray into social media was emails. I was 19 at the time.

 

When I decided to teach my introduction to social media last year, I did not expect to find out that the concept is much older than many of us would think.

 

This leads me to ask you the following question: Do you know when social media was born? 1995? 1987? 2004?

 

Think again! The field did not have a name yet. It would take about 19 years for some people to venture a definition.

Joshua OCock's curator insight, March 22, 2013 6:40 AM

Nice one!

Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's comment, March 22, 2013 7:56 PM
Thank you so much for your kind words, guys! I plan on doing a roundup of social media stats around the middle of this year. There is always something new going on!
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Mobile APPeal: Why The Future Is Mobile [Infographic]

Mobile APPeal: Why The Future Is Mobile [Infographic] | CW - Usefull Web stuff | Scoop.it

In this infographic, we take a look at how mobile is taking over the world and what that means for mobile application developers.


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