Time for Little Lovelies to Replace Bloated Stella(r)

  1. allthefacts profile image61
    allthefactsposted 2 years ago

    Everyone including Google with their new 'Mobile Ads' and HP with their 'Mobile Design' has embraced MOBILE as the future.

    => But is Stella(r) too FAT?
    => Is 700-1500 words really something that a busy smartphone or tablet users really want to wade through?
    => Has the Star-Wars Multi-media stellar design had its day, and become a dinosaur?
    => Do tables and videos really work on mobiles?

    I Think not.

    It's time for Mobile-ready smart succinct articles on HP - much shorter, summaries rather than Wiki clones.

    Give the little lovelies (200 words with fabulous images and smart mobile ready layouts a Go on HP).

    They are the little shrews and mammals that will eventually replaced the Stellar Dinosaurs in the Mobile Age that is here NOW.

    What to do think?

    1. relache profile image87
      relacheposted 2 years ago in reply to this

      1) not in my experience
      2) according to my stats, yes
      3) I don't believe so
      4) speaking as someone who views the net primarily via a mobile device, they work just fine