There is nothing more frustrating than visiting a website only to find it broken. It’s doubly frustrating when the same site worked just 24 hours before, or less. What causes this seemingly immediate outage and how can it be fixed? As the designer, you’ve spent your time creating a beautiful client site, but when your …
Your client, a small business owner who relies on your expertise to ensure their website is working, discovered a major problem on the page. What happens next? You spent all your time on your client’s brand, what happens when something breaks on the site? How can you dig in to figure out what happened and fix it fast enough that your client’s customers won’t notice the disruption?
In 2016, the number of mobile Internet users overtook those on desktops for the first time ever.
The implications of something like this are far reaching, especially as part of a marketing plan.
If you are a website owner, however, there’s only one you should be really concerned about: optimizing your site in a mobile format.
Because any online profile is only as good as it looks.
Today, we’re looking at the benefits of converting your site for better mobile usage, to put you in the hands and pockets of mobile users everywhere.