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Going mobile this year? Many companies are, but few take the time to sit down and factor in all of the necessary steps to designing a useful mobile site before they actually build, leaving a ton of costly back-end tweaks to be discovered at a later date. These tips can help you avoid that hassle.
One of the first things you have to consider is that your mobile site isn’t your traditional site, so don’t make it fit into that box. You can’t just make a mini version of your current site and call it good. Use this time to redesign your customer experience. What do they most need from you? Trim everything else out.Read More
More and more visitors to your website are now accessing it using a mobile device or smartphone. These users encounter a number of technical limitations when viewing a website designed to be used on a desktop computer.These limitations include the inability to read text due to the small size at which it displays, and the delay in loading site graphics because of slower and/or spotty connection speeds.Read More
Did you know up to 25% of your website visitors are viewing it using a smartphone or other mobile device? People are no longer restricted to accessing the internet from a desktop computer. They are increasingly connected via their cell phones and other similar devices. Websites yet to be optimized for mobile devices are extremely difficult to load, navigate, and read.Read More
eMobileMenus.com, a Miami based provider of website development services focusing on the rapidly growing smartphone market, has rolled out a new service platform catering to the specific needs of the restaurant and hospitality industries.
The service, a multi-tier subscription service, provides a hassle-free way for restaurants (or other businesses with a service menu) to retain website visitors that access their website using a smartphone. By doing so, they put menu items, phone numbers, and even Google Maps of a restaurants location in the palm of potential customer’s hands.
“We’ve managed websites for countless restaurants, and the growing trend over the past couple of years has been the use of smartphones to access them,” said Adam Frankel, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of eMobileMenus.com. “In that time we’ve seen it account for nearly 20 to 25 percent of a restaurant’s website traffic.”Read More