There is little question that the mobile-age of the Internet is upon U.S.A., with more and more individuals accessing the web on their mobiles, smart phones and touch pads. It is nearly inconceivable for businesses to not have a mobile-friendly website… Or is it?
Well, statistics analysis shows that across the globe businesses are being much slower in the uptake of mobile sites than the expansion of mobile web is demanding.
Sources: ELAN SA Digital Media
What is meant by the term Mobile Website?
A mobile website is one that’s designed specifically to figure on a smart phone. Although most websites can technically work on a phone, however the mobile user is a smaller amount possible to use the site if they need to scroll / zoom and make the visual area larger and so unusable.
A mobile website keeps the branding and theme an equivalent because the main desktop site however is adjusted to typically have a vertical menu with easy to use buttons for fingers. It is a design that is done specifically to suit the smart phone screens and with relevant info for somebody gazes it on the go.
Why is it necessary to own one?
If you have a website, the good news is that your business is accessible from any device. The problem is that your site might look terrible if it's not mobile-optimized, which will produce poor user experience and lead to low conversion rate. While over 50% of individuals surfing the Internet use their mobile devices to try and do so, only 21% of all website are mobile-friendly.
Being mobile-friendly doesn't simply mean that your website may be viewed on mobile devices. A mobile-friendly site ought to be designed specifically for smaller screens, allowing easy navigation via larger touch-screen buttons, and only display relevant info and content for the users' desires.
There are two types of mobile design. The first type consists of an original website and a sub domain dedicated for the mobile version: www.example.com and m.example.com. In this form of mobile design, "m." Represent the original URL and visitors are redirected to the mobile version when they access the website from a tablet or Smartphone.
The second form of mobile design is a website that has multiple CSS files. This is the best way to do mobile design. It requires a little more work but it is worth doing.
Mobile websites vs. mobile apps
|Mobile websites are instantly loaded by giving URL to browser
|Mobile Apps on the other hand require the user to first download and install the App from an app marketplace.
|A single mobile website can reach users across many different types of mobile devices.
|Mobile Apps require a separate version to be developed for each type of device.
|Can be found in search results
|Difficult to find
|Easy to upgrade and publish
|With upgrade, user have to download updated version
|Easily with simple link
|Can’t share easily
|Time and Cost
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