lilly

lilly:

Look at that. Mobile hugely up, and personal computer usage for Facebook is actually down.

Take heed, and ignore this trend at your peril. Mobile isn’t the future anymore. It’s the present.

Right.

And I’ll just add that while there’s recently been quite a bit of talk about going back to “web first”, Facebook’s numbers are especially important here. Yes, a lot of early adopters are still heavy traditional web (meaning desktop/laptop-based) users. But Facebook is at full mainstream scale with a billion-plus users and the trend is clear. If you’re thinking big and for the future, you have to think mobile.

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    present.” Never have I been more convinced that mobile-first responsive design is now the only way to go in web design....
  3. arnisvanur reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    Mobile is the present. That’s all.
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    Agree, mobile is now.
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    얼리어답터들은 데스크탑에 대한 종속성이 높겠지만 수십억명이 모바일로 이용하는 페이스북 사례를 생각한다면 모바일은 여전히 현재가 아닌 미래이다.
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  12. blanketpol reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    What MG says, but The Facebook is going to need to figure out how to make that easier for brands to manage. The money is...
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  15. bryan said: How do you guys feel about mobile though?
  16. parislemon reblogged this from lilly and added:
    Right. And I’ll just add that while there’s recently been quite a bit of talk about going back to “web first”,...