Enter a search term such as “mobile analytics” or browse our content using the filters above.
That’s not only a poor Scrabble score but we also couldn’t find any results matching
Check your spelling or try broadening your search.
Sorry about this, there is a problem with our search at the moment.
Please try again later.
There's been plenty of talk about the need for a 'mobile first' strategy, and this does make sense at the moment, as mobile use overtakes desktop for many sites.
However, the long-term thinking should be around the customer's needs rather than the device.
At the moment, that does mean mobile in many cases but this may not be how your customers will access your site in years to come.
Who knows how customers will use your site in a few year's time. Maybe even on watches...
Vine introduced a desktop website earlier this year which was a risible experience at best. Thankfully in the last couple of months things have significantly improved.
As I said in my post published at the time of launch 13 major UX flaws in social media sites, the idea that a platform as supposedly trend-setting as Vine didn’t have a desktop presence is frankly ludicrous.
Plus, as I kept moaning about in my monthly Vine round-ups, the lack of a searchable homepage has made the writing of these articles a much more long-winded exercise than necessary.
Will my job be any easier thanks to the new look desktop site? Let's see.
The New Mobile Display Ecosystem report, published by Econsultancy in association with OpenX, includes insights from more than 20 leaders in mobile marketing, publishing and technology.
It explores the latest trends in mobile advertising and looks at what the future might hold.
I spoke to the author, Chris O'Hara, to get an insight into the main topics and trends discussed in the report.
In a world where device fragmentation is increasing, taking a mobile-first approach is yesterday's thinking.
There's no doubt that the smartphone has changed the way we all engage with the world around us.
We're all glued to apps on our mobiles (Flappy Bird anyone?). And website owners have seen the steady, inexorable rise in mobile traffic to their sites, which spawned the inevitable rethink about how web experiences are delivered on mobile devices (yes, I'm looking at you responsive design).
So it isn't surprising that the world is talking about making sure you take a 'mobile-first' approach. But I disagree.
Responsive design posts are always popular on the Econsultancy blog. That's because people enjoy looking at beautiful things.
I thought I'd add to our roundups and look at a brief selection of agencies with responsive sites.
Do have a play around with them by resizing your browser or accessing on mobile. There's a few screenshots for each and you can click through from the desktop images.
So many great insights have been gleaned from speaking to The Digitals judging panel prior to the main event in June.
Here Olivier Binse, Director Strategy Telecoms and Media at Deloitte, shares his views on how we are moving from "mobile first" to "mobile only"and what digital transformation means in context to the The Digitals.
If your company or client is doing great things bridging the gap between online/offline through mobile, or indeed in any aspect of digital, remember you need to submit your work before the March 13 deadline.