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Mobile Website Tag

As the Internet continues to grow and evolve, it's come to the point where it's no longer a minor consideration: if your website isn't mobile friendly, it has little to no chance of succeeding. Where are people checking their email, shopping for necessities (and luxuries), sharing links, and perhaps even reading this blog post? On mobile phones! As sitting down to check emails, surf the web, and wait for pages to load recedes into the not-too-distant past, multitasking...

Last week, we took a look at the Top 10 UX Design Mistakes and yet with the rise of website developers focusing on mobile development (due in part to Google's "Mobilegeddon"), the importance of proper mobile UX has become a key component for Internet success. ItsMonkie Solutions has put together a revealing infographic documenting what developers need to know about successful Mobile UX design highlighting its many benefits and potential pitfalls. Source: ItsMonkie Solutions Based in Rochester, New York, Netsville is...

UX, or User Experience Design, is the process of enhancing user satisfaction by improving usability, ease of use, and enjoyment provided in the interaction between the user and the product. Essentially, it's main goal is to create a seamless, easily navigable website that is both innovative and simple to access. We've already touched upon The Benefits of Having a UX Developer on Staff before and this is essential to avoid making what are following Top 10 UX Design...

Society is surfing the Internet more and more via a smartphone or tablet everyday. It's just more convenient now that you can get on the Internet wherever you are using your mobile smartphone. Recently there has been push for the use of mobile friendly websites. Last week Google updated it's search engines to favor mobile-friendly websites. This update was being called Mobilegeddon. Stat six says don't be a mobile frenemy, stating, 57% wont recommend a business with...

Perusing through Facebook you see this awesome new running shoe that was just released. You click on the ad and it takes you to the website to get a better look. You quickly fall in love with this shoe, pick the color and size, and begin to fill out the order form. When trying to fill out the credit card information, the website is simply not keeping up with you. The information is small and the site is...