This is right up my alley: fast loading and efficient mobile. While this is pretty extreme, it’s pretty cool at the same time — minimizing load time to the nth degree.
Posts Tagged ‘Mobile’
Nice article on revisiting pre-conceived notions regarding mobile and mobile development.
Mobile is a must. Period. Here are ten different ways to check your web properties for mobile compatibility.
A friend and co-worker shared this with me this morning. Seems like a nice way to go, instead of rolling your own mobile detection:
Nice comparison of building your mobile-bound content as a native application versus a web application.
I’ve always just used the jQuery Core/jQuery Mobile for mobile development, but these five alternatives seem promising and super small in file size.
I’ve had very limited dev and design experience for mobile-centric web sites, but here’s a great list for inspiration and exploration of the mobile website space.
I feel like I’ve been posting a lot of mobile-related posts on Keefr.com lately—maybe because they’re becoming more and more commonplace— a must for most web sites to have a scaled down presentation for devices not tied to a desktop, or a laptop for that matter. It could also be related to the fact that professionally, I’m being involved in more and more mobile-related projects. Then again, that could be related to the first point. Ahhh! Vicious cycle!
Anyway, Smashing Magazine does a fine job laying out and explaining guidelines to make the most out of your mobile UX.