When it comes to your activity, it's no secret that you're being tracked pretty much all the time. The Snowden days of 2013, when the public was scandalized to hear their activity was being monitored, are long gone. And while the thought of being watched doesn't entirely give us the heebie-jeebies, it doesn't exactly put our minds at ease, either.
Fewer things are more likely to make a perfectly reasonable human being hurl their device across the room faster than an aggravating, user-unfriendly experience. With our proclivity to change devices to look at particular sites in different ways, responsive design can make or break the experience for the user. And, while you may expect that every site you come into contact with should work breezily on any device you own, it’s unfortunately not the case. There are still quite a few websites out there in their unresponsive state, which could use an upgrade to their experience for the sake of mobile devices everywhere.
You might have asked why a marketing agency would dive so deeply into the changes of the mobile technology and the effects of the world we live in. The truth is, that we here at PRIME are constantly looking for connection, engagement, and community on behalf of our clients. There are a ton of ways the shift to mobile has changed the way we advertise, the way we find new business, and the way we share our lives both in a connective context and a social interactive context. We know that today's advancement will be tomorrows standard.
As we look to wrap up our series on how the mobile economy has rocked the socks off of our daily lives, today, we're talking about one that affects every human being on the planet. Here's a hint—it's green, made of a unique kind of paper, and if needed, in a pinch, can be used to play "Presidential Flashcards" for a few minutes... Today, we're talking about how the mobile economy has made for a complete makeover on the way we deal with money—how we spend it, how we save it, and how we trade it. Let's dive in.
What Music Looked Like Then
Odds are if you're reading this, you grew up in a generation that wasn't just born into the online universe. From Lite Bright loving 90's babies to the Dead Heads of the '60s and everything in between, many of us are more familiar with how the musical days of yesteryear looked – And it's a heck of a lot different from now.
With the introduction of mobile into every corner of our existence, nothing remains untouched by its influence. Business, vacations, family, school, hobbies, and money; we use mobile applications and afford more connections than ever before. One of the early innovators in leaving the walls of a designated space is in mobile stock and securities trading. One's ability to monitor, research, and trade right from their pocket as they go about their day has revolutionized life for the daytrader as well as the casual investor.
Today we continue our journey down the rabbit hole of the mobile economy. In this post, we're looking at how mobile has changed one of the most significant sectors of personal life for better or worse—the dating world.
Most blog posts about the mobile economy usually start with a wordy explanation about how mobile is an unwavering part of our daily lives. But seeing as nearly 50% of you are probably reading this from your phone, we figure you already know that. As for the other half, we'd bet our life it's made up of more people skimming on their work computer than it is laggards who don't have a smartphone.
Topics: The Mobile Economy
We're kicking off a new series at PRIME on the transformation of the way we do things. In the economy of life, there are tried-and-true methods, habits we love, patterns we are used to and a variety of other activities that condition the way we approach tasks. With the advent of mobile devices and app-run services, a more significant number of options are available for getting our business done. Enjoy our foray into the mobile economy of things, or the IoT. (Internet of Things) as we dive into several ways our hand-held devices have changed the way we face our world.