Really cool work, check it out.
Make Use Of:
Compared to the previous layout, the new fonts are indeed much easier to read, and the increased line spacing and smaller number of words per line make the text more scannable.
The Next Web:
According to StatCounter’s data, IE remains strong with a 32 percent share, while Firefox is steadily losing ground and currently hovering around 23.7 percent. Apple’s Safari browser comes in fourth with a 7.1 percent worldwide market share.
And for some reason it locks up my Mac Mini at work and I’m using Safari.
iOS leads the pack in mobile web share and by a huge margin, too. The numbers also paint an alarming trend for RIM, which is now heading to a zero market share as the ailing BlackBerry maker struggles to turn its fortunes around… According to the survey, based on data obtained from 40,00 sites participating in NetApplications’ network, the iOS platform – which includes the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad – had a dominant share of mobile web browsing in June, pegged at 65.27 percent. Android came in second with a 19.73 percent share, more than three times less compared to iOS.
Do Android users hate the web on their phones?