Have your site managed to survive the recent Mobilegeddon? If you haven’t even heard about it, don’t panic – after all you are still alive. Mobilegeddon began on 21 April, 2015 when Google launched a new search algorithm update that added a new ranking signal prioritizing mobile-friendly websites.
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There are two schools of thought when it comes to contextual consideration for mobile use and thus mobile design; one is concerned with the patterns of use identified for mobile and offers a useful set of heuristics to consider the other is concerned with a larger, less well-defined context which may also be valuable to consider when designing for mobile platforms.Context is critical to mobile design; understanding the big picture of a user’s interaction with a device enables designers to create...
The way we talk about things can limit how we think. We will design better if we talk about what people use our designs for, rather than the device they use them on. You probably hear a lot about the...
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