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Bringing Mobile Web to 2012

October 1st, 2012 by

Breaking Development ConferenceFresh off the plane, coming back from Breaking Development conference (@bdconf) in Dallas, packed with 3 days of stimulating presentations and discussions with such Web thought leaders like Brad Frost (@brad_frost), Lyza Gardner (@lyzadanger) and Luke Wroblewski (@lukew) to name a few. Right off the bat, 2 points were clear to me. First, how far Web technologies have come in the past couple of years and second, how hard we still need to work to bring mobile Websites to 2012.

What do I mean by bringing mobile Websites to 2012 you ask?

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Fresh off the plane, coming back from Breaking Development conference (@bdconf) in Dallas, packed with 3 days of stimulating presentations and discussions with such Web thought leaders like Brad Frost (@brad_frost), Lyza Gardner (@lyzadanger) and Luke Wroblewski (@lukew) to name ... Read More


Mobile Web Development Examples – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly (April 2012)

April 27th, 2012 by

This is our first entry into a periodical series looking at some of the latest and greatest achievements in mobile web development. Not intended as criticism, but rather as an exploration into the possibilities and realities of mobile web.

With the HTML5 standard almost baked and the latest Javascript and CSS styling, mobile web has taken some huge steps in the last year. Whether you like it or not, HTML5 is still a buzzword in the web developer community…and possibly even more so in the mobile community. The buzz shows no signs of slowing either — as a recent announcement from the W3C said, they are in the midst of finalizing the HTML5 standard and looking forward to HTML6.

Here at Trilibis, we are equally excited, albeit a bit hesitant, about where mobile web development is headed with the likes of HTML5. At any rate, we thought it’d be fun to periodically showcase a few standout mobile sites to get some real world examples of exceptional creativity and strength in mobile design. So without further ado…

 

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This is our first entry into a periodical series looking at some of the latest and greatest achievements in mobile web development. Not intended as criticism, but rather as an exploration into the possibilities and realities of mobile web. With the HTML5 standard almost baked ... Read More



Top 5 Objectives for Investing in Mobile Web – Increase Satisfaction

February 23rd, 2012 by

This post is the second entry in our series of Top 5 Objectives for Investing in Mobile Web. We previously covered best practices for the top objective, increasing engagement, and today’s post focuses on increasing customer satisfaction.

Plain and simple—a good mobile website is a must have in today’s mobile landscape. If you haven’t already figured this out, you’re behind the curve and we’re here to help you get back on track.

Mobile consumers are more demanding than ever and your brand’s mobile awareness can make or break your bottom line. Believe it or not, something as simple as having a mobile optimized website can turn visitors into customers and customers into repeat business. But that won’t happen if they aren’t satisfied by what you have to offer. Take a look at these recent figures that show just how important a good mobile experience can be.

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This post is the second entry in our series of Top 5 Objectives for Investing in Mobile Web. We previously covered best practices for the top objective, increasing engagement, and today’s post focuses on increasing customer satisfaction. Plain and simple—a ... Read More


The Effect of HTML5 on Mobile Strategy

November 22nd, 2011 by

A few months back, Mobile Marketer, the news leader in mobile marketing, media and commerce, approached us about writing an piece for their annual Classic Guide to Mobile Commerce. I am excited to share with you the fruits of this collaboration — an article titled “The Effect of HTML5 on Mobile Strategy” (and written by yours truly). HTML5, the fifth iteration of the HTML standard, has been one of those hot buzzwords for quite some time now, and for good reasons. The technology behind HTML5 has the framework to fundamentally change how we interact with the web, from both our desktop and mobile devices — we’ve actually covered the topic a few times in our blogging past.

You can find “The Effect of HTML5 on Mobile Strategy” article below. I also highly recommend downloading the entire Classic Guide to Mobile Commerce, which features many intelligent and thought-provoking pieces about the current state of m-commerce. Enjoy!

 

The Effect of HTML5 on Mobile Strategy

While 2010 was the year of the application, 2011 shaped up to be the year of mobile Web. This is largely due to enthusiasm for HTML5 and its promise to bring the “write once, deliver everywhere” guarantee that Web browsers have historically delivered to PCs, as well as the ability to deliver an app-like experience across all browsers.

Brands, retailers and marketers are quickly realizing that mobile Web provides the broad reach and flexibility that is critical for reaching today’s consumers at a fraction of the cost of native applications. And who does not want to reach their target audience in an efficient and effective manner?

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A few months back, Mobile Marketer, the news leader in mobile marketing, media and commerce, approached us about writing an piece for their annual Classic Guide to Mobile Commerce. I am excited to share with you the fruits of this ... Read More