Thoughts from the McDonagh team on technology, the Web, mobile, search, and more.

Google gets behind responsive web design

Posted on 5/1/2012 by Neal Hohman |

As we've written about previously, responsive web design is a great way to have your website work on any kind of web-enabled device. A responsive, mobile-opitimized website works on desktop computers, tablets, phones, and any other device with web access. This week Google announced their support for responsive web sites and launched one of their own.

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NPR on mobile

Posted on 4/19/2012 by Neal Hohman |

We wrote yesterday about why we think a mobile-optimized site is a good approach for many businesses looking to target mobile devices and tablets. NPR Digital Services also has a write up on why it's a great (and necessary) approach for their station sites.

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You don't need an app for that: Why a mobile-optimized website might be right for your business

Posted on 4/18/2012 by Neal Hohman |

Businesses need to be thinking about how they're reaching customers on mobile devices and tablets. The percentage of website visits from mobile devices continues to grow rapidly. As more and more people get smartphones and tablets, more people visit the web via their mobile phone or tablet. We're recommending to many of our clients they think about a mobile-optimized website.

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‘Every Millisecond Matters’: Prioritizing speed on your website

Posted on 3/1/2012 by Neal Hohman |

The New York Times spoke recently with some Google engineers and industry leaders on the role page speed has on impacting user behaviors. Some of the conclusions they come to are pretty stunning:

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