Posts tagged with Mobile Site Review

Habitat's new mobile site: Great UX, poor content

Habitat’s traffic has increased by 35% in the past year, and 50% of its customers use mobile and tablet devices to make purchases. 

As a result, Habitat decided to revamp its site with a mobile audience in mind

I thought I would have a dig around the new site to see how well it performs. 

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Mobile site review: Majestic Wine

Majestic Wine has launched a new mobile site to allow its customers to browse and buy wines on the go.

It has been developed by Usablenet, which also designed mobile sites for House of Fraser, Tesco and M&S.

A wine merchant isn’t necessarily the type of business you would expect to have a mobile site, and it doesn’t seem to be a common feature among its competitors.

So how does it measure up in terms of usability?

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Mobile site review: The Telegraph

The Telegraph has just released a revamped version of its mobile site, providing access to the full range of content on the main website. 

As with the Independent's mobile version released last week, theTelegraph mobile site was designed by Bluestar Mobile. I've been comparing the two sites...

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Ocado launches iPhone shopping app

Online grocery retailer Ocado has just launched an iPhone app for customers to create shopping lists and order groceries, which makes it the first online supermarket to move into mobile commerce.

I've been trying out the 'Ocado on the Go' app...

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Mobile site review: Betfair

Betfair has had a mobile version of its website since 2006, and according to its Twitter account, has taken over 6m bets from mobile users.

With the popularity of online betting, it seems especially well suited for people out at sports events who want to place bets.

Betfair launched an iPhone optimised version of its site in December, and has recently updated it. I've been seeing how well it works...

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Mobile site review: LoveFilm

Mobile site reviewDVD rental company LoveFilm launched a mobile version of its website earlier this month, allowing users to browse through titles, read news and reviews, and view trailers.

The site is not fully transactional yet, though this is something that is planned for the future, but it does provide an opportunity to promote the LoveFilm service to mobile users, as well as providing advertising space.

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