Touch, slide, pinch, swipe - these are the pleasures of mobile usage. They also represent the challenges for preparing your website for mobile users.
So which approach will you choose? Do you go responsive? Or do you opt for a separate site for mobile or same site same layout as your desktop version and let the users do the work by pinching in and out? Or do you go straight to native App?
If you go for an native App then which sort of App - iOS App? Android App?
Or do you choose to use a subdomain?
What do all these terms mean anyway and what are the pros and cons? Well please read our blog post on this (coming soon) and see our case studies below.
Basically it's not an easy choice to make and every situation will be different.
Our advice is to not follow the crowd, to think about your own requirements and your users.
Responsive sounds cool and is the buzzword of 2013 but is it really what you want? Apps are impressive but can fall flat once the initial "aren't we clever moment".
Speak to us for some advice why not?
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