Having a website that fits all devices these days is a challenge. While fitting the device might not be so much the problem, the loading time on different devices is a problem.
No matter where, your customers and readers have expectations. If a site on a smartphone takes too long to load, the potential customer might not come back.
Have a look at this infographic and see the problems and the consequences from slow responsive web design sites:
By 2013 mobile devices will overtake PCs as the most common web access device worldwide. Want to know all the facts? Explore our infographic now. Continue reading
Infographic to see the most common apple devices. From iPods to desktops. Pretend to be a support for designing creative materials for such devices. Done by PchStudio & maiz design
Source: PchStudio & maiz design
If you have a Samsung Galaxy-S and live in Sweden, chances are you like to talk on your mobile device using Bluetooth while on-the-go — that’s according to a recent study that shows Swedes use Bluetooth and wireless headsets more than people from any other country (47%). And owners of Samsung Galaxy-S phones use the most minutes per month of all Android devices (431).
Tawkon, an Android app that measures how much radiation your phone is emitting, and by the company inneractive, which is a mobile app monetization exchange, created this infographic based on Tawkon’s data for Android devices. This data was gathered from Tawkon’s millions of daily data points over a period of several months.
“At Tawkon, we like to think of ourselves as the seat belt of the mobile phone,” writes Amit Lubovsky, VP of business development and marketing for Tawkon. “Mobile radiation is a hot topic and it is too early to know how serious of a problem it is. We say ‘why not talk responsibly using Tawkon?’ Our engaged user base agrees and you can see just how engaged they are in some of the data displayed here.”
Source: Mashable.com, inneractive, Tawkon