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The Battle Between The Web And Mobile Is Ending — Oh, And Mobile Won

The Battle Between The Web And Mobile Is Ending — Oh, And Mobile Won | Menlo Park | Scoop.it

The New York Times is testing out a new website design that's heavily inspired by mobile apps.

 

Where have we heard that before? Oh yes — a continent away, at Facebook headquarters last week, where CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a design for his social network that's consistent from PCs to tablets to smartphones.

From Midtown Manhattan to Menlo Park, Calif., the battle between the Web and mobile is over. Mobile won; it is marching into its defeated enemy's citadel; and it is redecorating the place.

The abrupt, unexpected rise of native mobile apps starting in 2008 — after a decade-plus of stumbling, fumbling attempts at mobile versions of the Web — forced a radical rethink of interactive design principles.

Where business imperatives forced website designers to cram every inch of the screen with something to look at and click on, the small screens of smartphones didn't have room for that — nor did their users, rushing to an appointment or standing in line, have time.


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Computers in the Classroom: How Do Our Schools Rate? - Patch.com

Computers in the Classroom: How Do Our Schools Rate? - Patch.com | Menlo Park | Scoop.it
Computers in the Classroom: How Do Our Schools Rate?
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This is the Information Age, and integrating technology into the classroom is seen as a priority for many schools in Menlo Park and Atherton.
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Police to Saturate Menlo Park Roads - Patch.com

Police to Saturate Menlo Park Roads - Patch.com | Menlo Park | Scoop.it
Police to Saturate Menlo Park Roads Patch.com “The expectations is that this collaborative monthly detail will yield cities immediate and tangible solutions to traffic issues, and make San Mateo County safer for motorists and pedestrians,” said...
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