Three Reasons a “Mobile First” Philosophy is Critical to Achieving Your Business Goals

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At the 1961 Masters Tournament, Arnold Palmer held a one stroke lead over Gary Player as he walked off the 18th tee.  On the trip up the fairway he allowed himself to talk to a friend who congratulated Palmer on his win.

Even though Palmer knew he needed to concentrate on finishing the hole, he couldn’t help but think about the green jacket that would soon be on his shoulders.

Palmer bogeyed the hole and lost the Masters by one stroke to Player.

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Mobile Responsive Design 101

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With only 58 seconds on the clock, the San Francisco 49ers trailed the Dallas Cowboys 27-21, with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.

Joe Montana took the snap and rolled to his right, looking for his running back Freddie Solomon. Solomon should have been wide open, but was perfectly covered by the Cowboys’ safety.

In a split-second, while running, turning, and looking … Montana made a decision to adjust the play.

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Three Ways a Mobile Responsive Website Beats Using a Separate Mobile Site

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It was a Sunday after WordCamp in 2011 that the three of us sat down to breakfast.

The dining room of the Parc 55 hotel was calm and sleepy, yet the conversation over coffee and eggs was anything but.

As sunlight poured in through the large picture windows, it was as if we were receiving a revelation that would set into motion one of the most ambitious changes in the StudioPress philosophy since the Genesis Framework for WordPress was conceived and created.

It was the beginning of the movement to transform all of our themes to respond to mobile devices.

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