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Luke Wroblewski
there are 4 billion active smartphones on Earth. this is the Web they're getting.
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Adam Rifkin 🐼 Aug 26
Replying to @LukeW
Are there ANY good mobile Web experiences in 2019?
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Luke Wroblewski Aug 26
Replying to @ifindkarma
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Rachel McConnell Aug 27
Replying to @LukeW
Marketing and legal teams I’ve worked with inhouse often don’t know/care that much about ux and are quite happy to crap all over the experience to get their badly worded pop ups in your face.
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Luke Wroblewski Aug 27
Replying to @Minette_78
"PM, Legal, Marketing, etc..] made me do it."
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Kjell-Morten Aug 27
Replying to @LukeW
How did we get here?
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Luke Wroblewski Aug 27
Replying to @kjellmorten
what are we doing to fix it?
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John Palmer Aug 26
Replying to @LukeW
reddit is so annoying with this stuff
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James Eggers Aug 26
Replying to @LukeW
I have seen Front-End developers advocating things like this in order to educate visitors on how to install a PWA to their homepage. Reminds me of when this was pushed 10yrs ago when the AppStore first launched.
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dabi🏳️‍🌈 Aug 26
Replying to @LukeW
Kinda a tinfoil hat theory, but I bet they're trying to make the web sites experience miserable, so everyone downloads their apps instead. Which means better access to location tracking, notifications, etc.
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inderpreet Aug 26
Replying to @DabuXian @LukeW
Lol true
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