Old man on the street
Old man on the street
Writing a letter
Boy writing a letter
Girls on their mobiles
Girls on their mobiles
Photographing an event
Photographing an event
Girl with laptop
Girl with laptop
Man on phone
Man on phone
Clothing on a rail
Clothing on a rail
Shopping at a market
Shopping at a market
Girl on phone
Girl on phone
Market Seller
Market Seller
People at a station
People at a station
Busy street
Busy street
Earth from space
Earth from space
Man on Laptop
Man on laptop
Man on mobile
Man on mobile
Man on laptop
Man on laptop
Construction workers
Construction workers
Girls on mobiles
Girls on mobiles
Kids on mobiles
Kids on mobiles
Girls on mobiles
Girls on mobiles
Man in a hat
Man in a hat
British postbox
British postbox
Cartwheel on a beach
Cartwheel on a beach
Woman on a phone
Woman on a phone
Monopoly board
Monopoly board
Woman
Woman
People in office
People in office
Video recording
Video recording
Men talking
Men talking
Woman
Woman
On a tablet
On a tablet
People
People
Woman on bench
Woman on bench
Man waiting for train
Man waiting for train
Something
Something
Woman
Woman
Busy street
Busy street
JMS Connect
JMS Connect
JMS Innov8
JMS Innov8
JMS Inspire
JMS Inspire
JMS Shout
JMS Shout
JMS SEO Thermostat
JMS SEO Thermostat

Mobile Web Design

Mobile Web design is all about accessing the Web on a mobile device, but this is nothing new – we saw this over 10 years ago. But a renewed interest in developing mobile web content has been fuelled by the increased availability of smartphones and an abundance of skilled XHTML and HTML5 Web developers (the main programming languages for mobile web designs).

Why should you care about mobile web design?

The “mobile Web” is a phrase commonly used to represent “accessing the web on a mobile device.” It can be just as good an experience as the ‘desktop’ Internet. Treating the mobile Web as its own environment, we can find endless possibilities, rather than being just an extension of the desktop experience, albeit with restrictive limitations.

Consider how you access data on your mobile device. You’re on the bus or train, or you’re walking to your next appointment. You hold your handset in one hand, a coffee in the other. You’re glancing up to prevent walking into others, or to be sure you haven’t missed your stop.

The mobile Web is very much a context-, content-, and component-specific environment. Unlike the desktop Web experience, where screen real estate is liberal, Web access is fast and reliable, and data input is facilitated by a keyboard and mouse - the mobile Web experience is often via a small screen, intermittent, one-handed experience. Therefore, this often leads to leaner content and a reduced feature set compared with desktop web content. This does, however lead to opportunities unavailable in the desktop web environment: location-specific data, on-the-go messaging, and of course voice communication to name a few.

Just as in other areas of marketing, any mobile Web design strategy must begin with an understanding of the target audience and what they want from a site or app, and what the contextual relevance of such a site or app is.

With over ten years bleeding edge mobile Web design experience, Jack Marketing Solutions can help you exploit this mobile web marketing opportunity, contact us today.

 


Glossary: Advertising, Android, Algorithms, App, Browse, Call to Action, Channel Marketing, Domain Name, Feature Phone, HTML5, Location-based Services, M-commerce, Mobile Marketing, MoBlog, Multimedia, Multimedia Messaging Service, Premium Short Messaging Service, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Segmentation, Short Code, Short Messaging Service, Smartphones, Tablet, Targeting, Touchscreen, XHTML

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  Tue 6th Mar/2018
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