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Creating a Positive Mobile Experience

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    Don't force it

    Similar to any other IT project, it's okay to start small and build over time as you get a better sense of behaviors and usage. This will allow you to customize the site appropriately, ensuring it performs the way you need it to. Another benefit to the start-small approach is that you limit risks as you learn along the way, enabling agility and flexibility within your development process.

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Creating a Positive Mobile Experience

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    Don't force it

    Similar to any other IT project, it's okay to start small and build over time as you get a better sense of behaviors and usage. This will allow you to customize the site appropriately, ensuring it performs the way you need it to. Another benefit to the start-small approach is that you limit risks as you learn along the way, enabling agility and flexibility within your development process.

We live in a BYOD world. It's just a fact that mobile devices are now part of our everyday lives. We use them to stay in touch, to entertain us, and increasingly, to find information we need quickly. While mobile presents organizations with a significant opportunity to engage people wherever they are, many organizations have not yet found the right formula to create and deliver a quality mobile experience. Here are five tips, identified by Jess Iandiorio, vice president of product marketing at Acquia, to help organizations get started in creating great mobile digital experiences.