By now, unless you've been living under a rock, you would have heard about the infamous "Mobilegeddon". Is this really the doomsday it's made out to be for your aging website? In this month's blog, let's delve into what exactly Mobilegeddon is, and how it affects you.
Posted on 30 November 2014 in Search Engine Optimisation
Search engine behemoth Google may be about to reward you for having a mobile-friendly website. Earlier this month, Google announced on their Webmaster Central Blog about upcoming changes to their search results which will clearly indicate to users which sites are optimised for mobile browsing.
Today marks an important milestone in the history of the world wide web: the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has finally published HTML5 as a Recommendation. HTML5 is the markup language that drives almost every modern web site you visit, and has sure come a long way since 1997's HTML4 specification.
There is no doubt that web browsing via mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones is on the rise, and has been for the past few years. But, if you need further proof, look no further than this clever chart produced by TNS Infratest Germany.
This month we are reviewing Begin by Applause Code, a beautifully designed to-do list app for iPhone that does exactly what it says on the box. Beautiful and elegant in it's simplicity, Begin is everything an iOS app should be.
Should you invest in creating a web site for your project using responsive design, or should you commission a native app to be developed instead? In this post we'll explore at the pros and cons of each approach, and how to decide which solution is appropriate for your project.
There are many factors to consider when creating a modern web site. It needs to be attractive, easy-to-use, accessible, and quick, to name but a few considerations. What are some of the challenges faced by creating sites for the mobile age?
Here at Praxis Interactive, we have followed the rise and rise of responsive design very closely. Until early last year, it was little more than a curiosity, or the latest fad in design. Now, we believe it is a necessity for your business.