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What is more important – driving traffic to your site or encouraging as many people as possible to see your content? Believe it or not, they are not one in the same thing.
Where should you start with regards to the Mobile Web?
There is a lot of confusion among organisations about how to deal with mobile. However, when it comes down to it you have 4 options.
One of the most important rules of mobile web app development is that you shouldn't give the user an inferior experience. Wherever possible they should have the same functionality as on a desktop. Whe…
Have you noticed how fuzzy some of your site imagery looks when viewed on an iPhone 4? Let me explain why, and how web designers are working to fix the problem.
Is responsive design really the right answer? Would you be better having a separate mobile website? Its all about return on investment.
The app gold rush has led many to believe that publishing something that generates bathroom related noises is a license to print money. If this was the case, it's not any longer. This article…
Leigh Howells kicks off a series of posts looking at native iOS app design.
In-app purchasing is increasingly the preferred mechanism for monitising mobile apps. IAP remove barriers to purchase as the user is not confronted with any kind of pay…
I was recently in Nottingham speaking at the Mobile Marketers Conference 2012 on why we should bother about mobile at all. Why does mobile matter?
Do users get your app? Are you confusing them with too many features?
What is your mobile strategy? Do you really need a native mobile app? In this presentation I talk you through your options.
Smartphones are emotive devices. They are extensions of ourselves. Your online services need to play nicely with them or you will offend me.