Starting from yesterday, April 21st 2015, Google will be using mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide, with significant impact on search results. It is therefore time - if you haven’t started already - to make your website mobile-friendly.
There are so many different screen sizes for mobiles, tablets, laptops and desktops that it can difficult to keep track and really deliver a tailored experience to as many devices as possible.
There is a simple website that tells you everything you need to know... and more!
For many businesses the understanding the need to mobilise their website is getting through, however a recent report from Adobe suggests that rather than mobile smartphones it is tablet devices that are where consumers are actually engaging with brands.
The move towards responsive web design websites is well documented. However, the techniques involved are less understood. The variety of design is similar to the variety of general layout for sites and there are now some best practice coming through but without one way of achieving results.
London tweety-12: An Olympic Guide on User Testing, common mistakes, tablet browsing and social media success
The web is in the full throes of Olympic fever, from the tiniest but coolest gadget like the Google Doodle page to the incredible live BBC Coverage. Check out my thoughts and feelings on the importance of User Testing and common mistakes on websites, as well as observations from the successes of the London Olympics technology operations and how you can be inspired by it...