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Mobile Web Triage: What to Do When Your Website Is Not Mobile Friendly by Dennis Kardys

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Starting with Content

We’ve procrastinated with principles long enough. Now, the big question: Where to begin? In this chapter we’ll walk through how to figure out what content you should put on your mobile site. We’ll begin by laying out all the materials. What content do you have to work with? What are people trying to accomplish on your site? What screens have the most unique design needs?

Content First

You probably already have some good ideas about what you believe belongs on your mobile site. But before rushing in and putting your interface together, it’s important to take a strategic look at what’s going to be most effective. If you want your mobile site to be intuitive, you’ll need to plan content that supports user tasks. If you want ...

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