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Why haven't you started writing for mobile devices?

By December 24, 2012

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I've had an iPad for nearly four years now, and it's amazing to me how many websites don't work or don't work well on the iPad. And iPads can handle most web designs. In other words, you don't have to do a lot to make a site usable on an iPad. Browsing on my iPhone is even worse. For smaller screen devices, you need to make some effort towards mobile design, and not many sites take the time. This article looks at some of the many reasons that web designers haven't yet embraced mobile, and gives you solutions to help you move past these reasons.

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December 24, 2012 at 7:04 pm
(1) Dazza J says:

Complexity, Incompatibility, time restraints and endless changes and restrictions imposed by many devices and their functionality.
I focus on the primary systems appropriate to my interests. Windows desktop and android, to reach the widest market or group, in the field I am interested.
I try to use standards, but unfortunately some device makers don’t! This means I either need to spend extra time and money to support 1 or 2 devices, or go with the larger trends.

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