With a recent mobile takeover of web surfing activities, it’s important and vital for B2B companies to conform to the trend. However, there’s still a large number of B2B sites that are still not doing anything for tablet or mobile device users. At the same time, traffic from mobile and tablet tends to be much lower than on B2C sites.
Today, the way we consume content is changing at a much faster pace than at any time in history.
Five Technology recently designed and implemented a responsive web design for Pfister Land Company, a premiere ranch real estate brokerage in Wyoming. Pfister was in a position that many companies find themselves in, it needed a new website design as its current website was outdated and difficult to manage.
Eric Mobley, web designer and developer discusses the “ambiguous hamburger icon” and its mystery to users. To start off, the hamburger icon is a common icon used by designers to represent a hidden navigation menu when the user clicks on the icon.
In the United States, eCommerce sales are expected to reach over $434 billion by the end of the year. That’s a lot of dough, and this doesn’t even take into account the rest of the world.
Mistakes are inevitable, and we’re all human. We’ve all seen or heard about the horrors of a failed website redesign.
With 90 percent of American adults owning a cell phone and almost 60 percent owning a smartphone, the mobile marketing field is a force to be reckoned with. This is about 240 million people marketers can reach through mobile marketing efforts. Smartphones allow people to be constantly connected through social media and apps, which makes marketing blunders and fails very fast-moving stories.