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Mike Avello

Mike Avello

Always one excited to bring his knowledge and expertise in the field to any project. His focus has been to monitor the industries trends and practices to leverage the best techniques for each client and process. When not discussing his – sometimes eccentric – views about web, mobile or electronic devices in person, he can often be found on Twitter or poking around some source code.

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Preventing Navigational Overload

Mike Avello Mike Avello February 06, 2015 Comments
Navigational Overload

“Too much of a good thing is bad,” is a phrase I am sure many of you have heard at least once in your life. While the phrase may be a bit cliché, there is some truth to it. It is something that I have seen on many sites in my time. You visit an ecommerce site only to be overwhelmed by a multitude of site marketing and hundreds or thousands of hierarchical navigation links. You may have an idea of what you want, but have no idea how to get to it.

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Email In The Mobile Age

Mike Avello Mike Avello October 07, 2014 Comments
Mobile

One of the biggest reasons smartphones took off early on with Windows Mobile and Blackberry was due to the demand of needing access to emails while on-the-go. Today, for many, it is hard to imagine not having access to email wherever you may be

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Responsive:Then & Now

Resonsive

Responsive design is the current trend and philosophy for building sites within the web development community. It is simply one answer to account for the wide variety of devices we encounter today and even tomorrow.

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  • Flexible
  • Design
  • Mobile
  • Responsive

How Can Responsive Web Design Help Bridge The Gaps?

Web

More people prefer using their smartphones or other mobile devices more each day and it is only going to continue to grow. At the end of 2011 the total of smartphones entering the World per day was about 1.45M devices compared to about 3.6M devices by the end of 2012.

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  • Mobile
  • Smartphones
  • Tablets
  • Responsive

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