Abandoning native apps to become future friendly

  • Mikael Jergefelt Karolinska Institutet Universitetsbiblioteket Huddinge, 8:100, 14183 Huddinge, Sweden. Tel: +46 8 524 84 016

Abstract


Native apps have become the norm of mobile interaction with digital services, but it’s an expensive way to reach users. With responsive web design, a more inclusive and accessible experience can be crafted for all mobile users instead of just a majority. This article describes the move from a native library app to a responsive website, and why it is right for the future.

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Published
2016-03-08
How to Cite
1.
Jergefelt M. Abandoning native apps to become future friendly. JEAHIL [Internet]. 8Mar.2016 [cited 17Dec.2018];11(2). Available from: http://ojs.eahil.eu/ojs/index.php/JEAHIL/article/view/43
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Feature Articles