Bottom line – Your website needs to be viewable on mobile, no question. It’s pretty obvious that we all have smart phones in our pockets these days, our mobile internet usage is rocketing and for those sites we can’t access on our mobile the ‘back’ button is just a click a way.
I’m starting to get flashbacks of dead flash sites, but that’s a story for another day.
You’ll notice I recently had a complete blog overhaul, from a black and orange look to this new white and orange look, new headers, branding etc, but it’s not just cosmetics I’ve changed, the whole structure is different. I built it with the Genesis framework and the Generate theme from studiopress, with one goal in mind, making it 100% mobile responsive.
I’ll write another post soon on creating a mobile responsive site using the Genesis framework as I did, but for now I just wanted to give you a little tour and show just how important it is to ensure that mobile users can view your site correctly.
Check it out…
Tell me about your mobile site experiences below. Does it bug you as much as it bugs me when I visit a site on my phone that isn’t mobile friendly. Enter into the room the QR code discussion! :)