Google announced new algorithm for mobile-friendly searches months ago, but as of today, April 21 2015, websites that are not mobile-friendly will lose their position in Google mobile searches. It's happening. How to avoid it?
The hamburger icon, after you click on it, shows a hidden menu, is a symbol that's with us for more than 30 years! It was designed by Norm Cox – ActiveMobi talked to him to find out how it all started.
Videos, images, articles, the web – each of us views at least one of these every day on a smartphone. We’ve become so used to it that, naturally, the next step is to enhance the experience coming from these interactions, yet preserving the convenience. How about mixing the capabilities of a tablet with the compact size of a smartphone? More and more users are saying “Yes!”.
Google introduces a new standard for browsing on mobile devices. Learn how to keep your website on search engine result page. See what criteria are essential to make your website mobile-friendly.
Small and medium business owners have started to notice increasing mobile traffic. Today customers visit their websites not only on computers, but also on smartphones. Still, a study by Google found that 96% of mobile consumers have encountered a website that was not mobile friendly!
An interview with Lukasz Kubicki, CEO of ActiveMobi, on mobile revolution, the importance of mobile sites for SMBs and next steps in new technologies.
Smartphones have become an important part of our lives. They are used to stay in touch, be up to date and for fun. They have replaced or taken out of the home many tools. Smartphone owners treat their phones as a versatile tool they use to complete daily routines.
Mobile site or responsive web design? This question stirs lively discussions with „It depends.” answer heard more and more often. Whichever solution you opt for, it is not a goal in itself. Your goal is the best possible mobile experience.
It IS possible to build performance-oriented responsive websites. However, any study on a random selection of RWD sites proves that there is yet a lot to be done for the trend to be adopted. As for now, responsive websites out there on the market are more likely than not to suffer a fail – hopefully not an epic one, though!