Google recently announced an upcoming major algorithm update that will impact its mobile search results in a big way. Beginning on April 21, 2015, mobile-friendliness will now be used as a ranking signal to provide Google's growing number of mobile searchers with the most relevant, timely and user-friendly results.
Considering that mobile phone users spend 86% of their total phone usage time within apps, dedicated mobile software is a great way engage an online audience – as long as the app is top-notch in terms of performance. ReadWrite posted a checklist that includes the six ways to keep app users happy.
A List Apart recently posted a blog titled "Variable Fonts for Responsive Design" about choosing typefaces and how it's possible that they can be as flexible and responsive as designs and layouts.
HubSpot gathered up 15 examples of brilliant homepage designs. A lot of the time, your homepage is first impression so it's important.
Last year, comScore released a report stating that mobile devices were driving Internet activity, and that apps were beating out the mobile web in terms of usage – but new IAB stats are now suggesting that the mobile web isn't doing too poorly.
CMS Critic recently posted a great article about the seven most common mistakes that people make when choosing WordPress, Drupal or Joomla (the three most popular open source CMS platforms currently on the market).
Mat Marquis wrote a post called "Why Responsive Images Matter" for A List Apart. Marquis explains that not all people are browsing on a fast computer with high-speed internet and that images need to be optimized for all browsing contexts.
Traditionally, bug reporting and tracking is messy and inefficient. That's why Six Rivisions recently posted an article that lists out the top five bug reporting tools that can be used to streamline the process.
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