All Websites Should be Using AMP

John Mueller, a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google in Switzerland, confirmed what everybody is thinking, Google and the AMP Team ultimately intends for almost all sites to display AMP versions for mobile devices. “If you ask the AMP team, they…

New Google Tool To Test Your Sites Mobile Performance

Google launched a new tool today called “Test My Site” at testmysite.thinkwithgoogle.com. The tool helps you find out how well your site works across mobile and desktop devices, but its primary purpose is to make the mobile web experience faster.…

Adobe Releases Dreamweaver Update

Adobe announced the release of a new Dreamweaver update: Dreamweaver CC 2015.2, which includes a bunch of new features, including enhancements to creative workflows. Enhancements have been made to the DOM panel, which let users layout their site using just…

Check Out Google’s New Design-Testing Tool Resizer

Google has a new interactive web design tool called Resizer, which lets you test how web pages respond to material design breakpoints across desktop, mobile, and tablet. Just go to the tool, plug in a URL and see how it…

How To Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly, According To Google

As you’re probably aware, Google is preparing to launch an algorithm change that includes a signal telling Google sites that are mobile-friendly should get a rankings boost. This will remain just one of many signals Google takes into account when…

Infographic Looks At Web Design Trends

A few months ago, we shared an infographic from Aptitude looking at the history of web design that was pretty popular. Today, we have one from WhoIsHostingThis? examining trends in web design for 2014. “Websites have certainly changed over the…

Google To Note When Pages May Not Work In Mobile Results

Google is going to start letting mobile searchers know when results include pages that may not work on their devices. On a device that doesn’t support Flash, for example (which includes iOS and Android versions 4.1 and higher), Google will…

Google Tells You How To Serve Your Homepage To International Users

Google is offering some new guidance on creating homepages for international users. The company took to its Webmaster Central blog on Monday morning to discuss the topic. Specifically, it looks at three ways to configure your homepage (or landing page)…

This Infographic Provides An Interesting History Of Web Design

Spending every day on the Internet, it’s sometimes easy to forget or to take for granted just how far the web has come, especially in terms of design. Don’t get me wrong. There are still plenty of embarrassing designs out…

Few Top Web-Only Retailers Are Using Responsive Design

The Search Agency looked at the top 100 web-only retailers based on Internet Retailer’s Top 500 list of e-commerce sites in order to evaluate how they’re handling mobile. Specifically, they wanted to see if these sites are more mobile-ready than…