Clever Hacks for E-Commerce AMP Pages

WompMobile CEO presents at first-ever Google AMP Conference and shares practical solutions for building rich functionality into Accelerated Mobile Pages Presenting at the first-ever Google AMP Conference, Madison Miner, CEO of WompMobile, shared a few clever solutions for creating rich, highly functional AMP experiences. In his talk, “I can’t believe it’s AMP,” Madison provided practical … Continue reading “Clever Hacks for E-Commerce AMP Pages”

Google AMP 101

What is Google AMP? Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an open-source initiative that eliminates sluggish mobile performance by infusing blazing speed into websites. The lightning-fast load speed of AMP pages is achieved by: Pre-rendering content and preventing most custom JavaScript; Caching web content within Google, removing the need to fetch a page from … Continue reading “Google AMP 101”

Case Study: Coffee Break Grooves

Coffee Break Grooves goes Mobile Coffee Break Grooves has been producing high quality backing tracks for musicians since 2010, offering solo instrumentalists the basis for practice, play, and performances. As they expanded their product offerings and lineup, their desktop website was in need of mobilization. Coffee Break Grooves sought out WompMobile to build a high-quality … Continue reading “Case Study: Coffee Break Grooves”

AMP vs Responsive Web Design

What’s the difference between Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages and a responsive mobile website? Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) and Responsive Web Design (RWD) both use the same basic building blocks for creating a mobile page: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. So how are they different? Let’s take a look at AMP vs a responsive mobile website. First off, what is AMP? The AMP … Continue reading “AMP vs Responsive Web Design”

Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Project is the New Fast

Smartphones are the most popular way to access the internet in 2015, and the web has more websites that look good on a smartphone than ever before. However, mobile connectivity is variable, even in the most well-connected areas. It’s not enough to be mobile friendly, a website needs to load fast on mobile, too. Google is taking this … Continue reading “Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Project is the New Fast”