Facebook recently revealed that approximately half of its more the 800 million users access the site from their mobile phones.  People are increasingly using smartphones to view websites of all types.  What might be the implications of the move to mobile for the standard law firm website?   In this episode, we discuss the impact of mobile devices on web design, the web design movement known as Mobile First, and what you can do to optimize your website for the mobile era.

Link to the episode: Law Firms Go Mobile

Segment 1:  Law Firms Go Mobile

Segment 2:  Revisiting – wherein we revisit the topic of our last episode, OMG!  Lawyers are Texting?

Segment 3:  Parting Shots

Recorded:  April 21, 2012
Length:  _____

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  • Kate P

    Hello, Dennis & Tom. Thanks for the “shout out”, Dennis :).

    A few more sources of information on mobile that firms may want to follow are: (1) the Pew Internet & American Life Project for stats on mobile usage, pewinternet.org; and (2) the mobile up design principle of “responsive design”.

    For the latter, Ethan Marcotte’s eponymously titled, Responsive Web Design (http://www.abookapart.com/products/responsive-web-design/), is a nice companion to Luke Wroblewski’s book, Mobile First.

    Great show, gentlemen.


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