You’re always looking for a fresh idea that will jumpstart profits and get your target audience buzzing with excitement about your company. While there may be numerous ideas that you are tossing around in your head to accomplish these goals, one of the best ideas is to make innovative use of mobile apps in various facets of your business.
Let's look at three of the greatest mobile app success stories so far in 2014 to see what lessons we can learn from each.
Whether you have a desktop site, a mobile site or a combination of the two, here are the key questions you need to ask to make sure you’re catering to your mobile users.
What makes an app great? Why do users choose one app over another? Let's look at a few points of contention that separate the great, the good, and the ugly.
Hundreds of new apps come out on a weekly basis. But how do you make one that is successful? Apps are a great way to help your company. See what problems you can solve and make your own successful app.
If you’re going mobile, it’s a great opportunity to streamline your content creation and meet the needs of a whole new audience.
If you think the iPad was big for online publishing, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. The tablet and mobile space is about to get much more crowded, and whether or not these devices succeed may depend on the kind of content the responsive web has to offer.
The concept of responsive design has been around for a number of years. First coined by Ethan Marcotte in a 2010 A List Apart article, the concept focuses on the idea of using CSS3 techniques along with flexible grid based layouts to design web pages that can scale and adapt fluidly from a full desktop format down to a small screen mobile format. For many, the biggest benefit involves leveraging a single codebase and set of templates in order to adapt the end user experience instead of having to maintain multiple sets of code in order to support multiple device layouts.
Buzz words. They fly at us like crazy and sometimes, just once in a while, they stick with us. Responsive Design is one of those buzz words, and it's sticking. Click through to find out why.
We are currently in the process of designing the mobile site extension for our recently launched Magazine Publishing Suite. Last week, Andre and I sat down for a quick recap of some of the thinking that is going into our plans to this point.