Visitors on your site are looking for information, products, or services with the least amount of effort. We are all guilty of ‘scanning’ a website, looking for that word or phrase that speaks to us. On mobile, it is even more defined. I thought this format on BBC’s website was an interesting trend. It is…
Sometimes personal projects veer from passion to obsession, but in a good way. This spring, I spent ten sleepless, coffee-fueled weeks designing and writing restorelilacway.com. Built in WordPress, it continues the original brand design, expands on a 2007 website, and works beautifully on mobile devices with 30+ pages and 22 photo galleries.
You’re on your phone, and the website you’re looking at suddenly has a pop-up ad, hiding the content mid-sentence. Frustrating for users. Google agrees.
Google recently announced that it will rank mobile-optimized websites higher in search results starting April 21, 2015. Websites that work well on a smartphone will get a “significant” boost over desktop-only sites.
Found this Inc. Magazine article ‘8 things you should not do every day’ that is a good reminder for all of us. I know lots of people who really should turn off their email/text notifications.