Trying to navigate a full website on an iPhone or Android can be incredibly difficult, meaning there is a demand for an easier, more streamlined format for mobile users.
So the question remains: How can a company ensure that they have a top-of-the-line mobile website for consumers? By keeping in mind these tips, a great mobile website is quite reachable:
This is arguably the most important aspect of any kind of website. If a client cannot navigate a site easily, they will avoid it. This means that it is essential to ensure that the experience is as easy and to the point as possible. Things that can be done to accomplish this are:
• Limiting your page count: By getting right to the content and the important aspects of your site, people won’t be wasting their time by continuously clicking and looking for the specific page they need. Look at the most viewed pages of your website, and make those easily accessible on your mobile site.
• Streamlining your layout: Continuing with the theme of limiting pages, create a type of “road map”
Pointers Are Like Straight Pins
“This might be a little bit too delicate for the sewing machine,” a fashion student states.
“Ah, this is like the art of programming and when and where to use memory pointers,” I recall while thumbing through a fashion magazine.
Imagine yourself sewing a cocktail dress for the first time with only the pattern, fabric and directions to go on. Somewhere along the line, you figure out that the delicate areas are impossible to run under the sewing machine. So, you carefully quarter them off with trusty straight pins.
This is a lot like programming, because you mainly have calculations going on around in the background of your code, then bam! You hit some delicate areas that need to be reported either to the screen or on paper. That pointer is like a doorbell to a queue of information waiting to be printed or read on the screen.
It’s true that the pointer notation is needed in the background code itself, but the processes done to the data are often custom-written and it’s sole purpose is for an interactive presentation with an audience.
So like with straight
Printing hasn’t experienced significant 3D advancement, thus far. A few years ago, touch screens were added to printers and copiers. Next, WiFi connectivity, which allows printing from anywhere with an internet signal, became the latest addition. The next big step for color copiers is 3D technology. Comparing this new realm to some of our older and traditional options provides us with some very interesting considerations.
The price of the average copier depends on its applications and functions. Today’s printers are typically priced based on output capacity, WiFi capabilities, the tray capacity, touch-screen options, and other features. These are all additions and enhancements to the same basic machine which produces the same product, printed paper. Though all these advancements are great and they certainly affect the price of the machine, which ranges from roughly $40 to well over $1,000, the 3D copier is a completely different machine with its high-end functions that well exceed traditional systems. Due to its recent introduction into the consumer market, these products are still considered costly and out-of-reach for the average consumer. They can be found in some tech shops, online, and even a few home goods stores, but usually cost
No, we cannot live without technology. Technology is something that in today’s time is necessary for quality of life. No music, no internet, no video games, no TV, no fun, no social life, there is absolutely no life without technology. In this fast paced world technology is needed for even the simplest things, be it an alarm clock or a coffee maker. It is growing at a lightening speed and making it hard for people to keep up with it.
With laptops, personal computers, cell phones, handheld tools people have more than needed resources but are unable to use these wisely. Each one of us uses technology in some ways or the other to make life easier which is the reason it has come a long way, with tremendous developments in each field, be it the internet or mobile phones.
We all use technology in some ways or the other. The real question is that are we using the latest development and advancements in technology to the best? The entire world depends on technology as it bought great things such as cars, medicines, microwaves, etc. and each day there is the new development. Telephones and laptops
I see on a daily basis the benefits of preventative maintenance and what happens to those who make the costly mistake of thinking they are saving money by choosing not to purchase a maintenance agreement on their technology investment.
Although it may seem less expensive each month to only call your technology company when you have a problem, over the long term this is most certainly not the case. Doing so can increase your IT support costs exponentially because small problems can quickly grow and cause catastrophic effects across your network resulting in large IT support and repair costs.
These unexpected costs will also likely come at the worst time possible because that’s just the way it goes. Having smaller regular maintenance payments you expect and budget for is a much better plan for all.
In addition you need to calculate the cost of downtime for Business. What does an hour, a day, or even a week cost your company in terms of lost revenue and damaged relationships with your clients?
Let’s take for example your network server. If you do not have regular maintenance performed on your server such as Microsoft security update
Nothing is going to change the way we live our lives more than the Internet of things, artificial intelligence and robotics. While these technologies will make life a lot easier and businesses more efficient and profitable there is a huge flip side as well. This has to do with employment prospects and if some prominent scientists are to be believed artificially intelligent machines might one day turn on their creators and destroy all humanity.
The Internet of things is expected to connect people, data, processes and devices on a gargantuan scale by the end of the decade – a whopping 50 billion connections. Before one starts worrying about the prospects of humanity being at risk from a take-over by machines, one needs to figure out how the opportunities presented by the Internet of things are put to optimal use, which in itself will require some doing.
The biggest existential threat to us will not be from sci-fi movie like scenarios where artificially intelligent machines and robots will rebel against humans, but by the security vulnerability that this mass scale convergence could give rise to. A less than perfectly designed system could for example impact upon the
If you want to survive in this cutthroat competition in the market, you should stay updated. Especially, when you are in the field of technology, every single hour, there is one of the other update on gadgets or operating systems i.e. software. While it is difficult to keep your eyes on various sources, the best way to stay updated is to subscribe to blogs that cover tha latest information on technology.
Whether you need technology updates for personal or professional use, the latest technology blogs serve the purpose. Such blogs cover the latest news from the electronics companies, product launches, gadget reviews, and many more stuff that you want to know on day-to-day basis.
Staying updated in technology helps you in many ways. If you are an individual, technology blogs update you with the latest gadgets in the market. You may simply search the latest reviews that talk about pros and cons of electronic devices. The reviews can give you idea about which product is better to buy today, and what precautions you should take while using it.
If you run an IT company, subscribing to blogs on technology can help you learn the latest
An extensive title, but it is all-encompassing none the less. In my 14 plus years of touching devices, I can say that I have seen and felt thousands of pieces of equipment. Though the scenarios in which I am working with the different types of equipment, and the clients certainly do vary. So what are some of the situations that allow for me to handle these various pieces of equipment? Good question, so here is my short list… data center relocations, A/V relocations, data center decommissioning, and green recycling projects.
I would attest that physical security in my field of work is number one, and my clients feel the same way. My thought is the people I work with are so aware (nervous) about chain of custody, CYA, and the end result being nothing less than exceptional. This is no matter the scope of work we are performing. I often find myself hearing clients expressing in a subtle way that they really want to know I care about their project, reputation, and it’s not just about hitting their wallets as hard and fast as I can. My work ethic is such that the part in which I
No matter who you are or where you are, you are likely feeling the growth of touchscreen technology. Today, regular flyers typically go into check ins and flight info using self-serve stands and soar through airport check-in, skipping the otherwise long lines. Busy drivers may use automobile touchscreen systems to find instructions, control air temperature level and more. And business people who require interaction access at all times invest in sophisticated communication devices to stay in touch.
Whether it’s utilized by people visiting the ATM to get some quick money or casting a vote, touchscreen innovation is taking off, transforming everyday tasks into quick and convenient experiences.
The innovation appeals to all ages and in a variety of markets. Retail outlet store merchandisers are using touchscreen as a brand-new marketing technique to engage consumers while providing item info at the touch of a finger.
FOA Schwarz, for example, has actually installed 17-inch Planar touchscreens as part of a customer design center for the Custom Car Factory in its New York store. Using the Planar touchscreen stand, buyers can customize their own Hot Wheels car with unique colors, wheels, designs and rims.
Other toy manufacturers
Learning has seen a major transition in the last decade. For years, students have been using only textbooks for their study, which actually made the entire learning system boring. Today, printed textbooks have been replaced by digital learning software. Students are now using laptops, tablets and other learning tools instead of textbooks. While students are embracing technology, which has made learning more fun for them, and parents are happy that their children are finding learning interesting, and thus performing better in their academics, digital learning has become quite popular among teachers as well. Today, we see that schools and colleges are introducing eLearning as one of their core forms of learning methodology.
Digital learning has several benefits, which are highly unlikely to be found in a typical age-old classroom setting. This is only because, it is powered by technology, thus offering attractive benefits.
Personalized learning method: Digital learning can be easily customized by teachers, according to a class’s need and even every student’s need. Based on the student’s strong and weak areas, the learning method adopted for each student can be different, suiting their requirement and goals. With this facility, teachers can bridge existing gaps for
What if a professional athlete set a standard where winning was not enough? Instead, they had to achieve a personal best or break a previous record year after year.
What if a new theme park opened on schedule, with no delays, and offered tickets to the first one million visitors to return at any time and bring up to 100 guests at no additional charge?
Welcome to my world. As an IT provider, I face the similar challenge: that is, delivering a project experience to customers that will not only achieve all project goals, but also blow them away.
I have delivered on hundreds of projects for customers in my career and I have seen projects go smoothly and poorly. I have seen projects end with both the customer and the provider feeling a sense of accomplishment, and I have seen projects drag on for months, even years and then dwindle out almost as if customer and provider conceded defeat for any of the following reasons:
- lofty project goals
- misjudged budgets
- technology that couldn’t be wrangled in
Sound familiar to anyone? These are some of the reasons why PMI (pmi.org) reports that 89 percent of