This month, I was joined by Siteworx VP of user experience (and FastCompany blogger) Giovanni Calabro for a point-counterpoint discussion of today’s (and tomorrow’s) mobile web.
Among other topics, we discussed how the mobile user experience is evolving with new technologies and design paradigms, whether Apple or Google will own the next few years of mobile applications, and whether voice interaction will be integral to mobile user experiences in 2015.
According to Matt Hoggatt, CEO of mobile audience network ReachMobi, there are rich opportunities in the realm of mobile web, if only mobile companies knew how to realize the platform’s potential. We caught up with Matt for a glimpse into the future of mobile web, and to find out what web push notifications have to offer marketers.
Last week, a panel of ecommerce and mobile experts joined together for a webinar to discuss key topics surrounding the mobile app ... read more
As we have learned from the previous columns in this series, images are the major contributor to bloated, slow-loading mobile pages.
27-year-old Swede Felix Kjellberg, who goes by the name PewDiePie on YouTube, has found himself at the center of a firestorm.