Posts made in April, 2015

Microsoft Gives The Bing Homepage On Mobile A New Design With Cards Layout – Android Headlines

By on Apr 13, 2015 in Mobile Design |

If you use Bing as your primary search engine, Microsoft has just revamped the mobile version of Bing with a new design and interface for Android users. Things should generally feel more fluid and easier to navigate, and with the redesign it adds to Microsoft’s list of changes they’re making to offer a more user friendly and open approach with their software for...

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68% of retailers have no specific plan on mobile, finds Barclays report

By on Apr 13, 2015 in Mobility Strategy |

Consumer spend via mobile devices is expected to surge from the £9.7bn a year spent today to over £53bn within the next ten years, according to new research from Barclays. However, many retailers have not readied themselves for the seismic shift in consumer behaviour. The study involved 1,500 UK consumers and 221 retailers. Over two-thirds (68 per cent) of the...

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YouTube reportedly testing new video player design with mobile inspirations

By on Apr 12, 2015 in Mobile Design |

Images via Google Operating System Google is working on a redesigned desktop video player that takes its influence from the site’s mobile applications, a new report suggests. The player, seen above and below, features transparent playback controls overlayed directly on the video rather than the opaque black bar we’ve gotten used to over the past few years. Like the...

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Think Twice About Your Bank’s Mobile-First Strategy

By on Apr 11, 2015 in Mobility Strategy |

Many banks have put mobile devices front and center in their marketing and product strategies. But a new study by Millward Brown Digital shows that people vary their technological devices for financial services according to their generation and the specific task involved. The study of 1,018 adults who own or have access to smartphones or tablets, conducted in...

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