2-Designs over GF(q) by Suzuki H.

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If project planning starts with a PC-based solution, these amazing capabilities are likely to be ignored or under-utilized during the "mobile optimization" process. Mobile Planning Once you decide to make a mobile audience a priority, you have another choice to make. Should you ► Build one website that looks good on multiple devices? ► Build a unique mobile website experience, in addition to (or instead of) a desktop site experience? ► Build a mobile application (for example, an iPhone app)? Let's look at each of these choices in more detail.

Consider the content or features that your users will need quickly, and then be sure to provide clear access and fast retrieval. Alerts, when used in a way that's respectful of users (and can be turned on or off by them), are particularly effective when tied to location-based information (like nearby places or friends), or schedules. ► Simplicity. As mentioned previously, the smaller screens of mobile devices force a focus on a small set of clear options. They also lend themselves well to quick, linear tasks.

Simplicity. As mentioned previously, the smaller screens of mobile devices force a focus on a small set of clear options. They also lend themselves well to quick, linear tasks. Designing for simplicity allows users to treat their mobile device like a toolkit, fitting their unique needs when they need them. Ensure tasks completed on your mobile solution are simple, short, and effective. ► Context. Mobile devices have context on a user's location, communi­ cation history, and past behavior. These elements can work together powerfully to anticipate user needs and provide relevant information, just-in-time.

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