Tuesday 19th August, 2014
3:00pm to 4:00pm
You don't get to decide which device people use to access the internet: they do. By 2015, more people will go online via mobile devices than on traditional computers.
In the US today, one-third of people who browse the internet on their mobile phone say that's the primary way they go online--half of teens and young adults say they rely on their phone for internet access. It's time to stop avoiding the issue by saying, "no one will ever want to do that on mobile."
Chances are, someone already wants to.
In this session, Karen will discuss why you need to deliver content wherever your customer wants to consume it—and what the risks are when you don't make content accessible to mobile users.
Already convinced it's important? She'll also explain how to get started with your mobile content strategy, defining what you want to publish, what the relationship should be between your mobile and desktop site, and how your editorial workflow and content management tools need to evolve.
On a good day, I make the web more awesome. On a bad day, I just make it suck less. bio from Twitter
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