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What’s Your Web?

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Created by Andrew Cameron from the Noun Project

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Browser crashes, position:fixed elements, etc.

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Mobile Browsing in 2015 CommitStrip

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In 2014…

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-13% page views on desktops and laptops Source: Digital, Social & Mobile in 2015

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+39% page views on mobiles Source: Digital, Social & Mobile in 2015

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@nixxin 2012 when will conferences go beyond pitches and stating the obvious? ffs,"mobile web usage in increasing" is not insightful,even if you have data “

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Mobile web usage is on the rise

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Mobile is a hard problem

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Mobile is an odd problem

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Dad's Radio by Alan Levine

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“Back to the Future”

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Why do I work on the web?

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Web of trust for all on everything W3C Mission for rich interaction of data and services

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People with Internet Connection

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87% USA

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42% Global Average

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19% India

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Web pages served to mobile

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25% USA

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33% Global Average

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72% India

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Wealth distribution in India

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Poorest 10% Richest 10% In India, the richest 10% own 74% of total wealth Source: India’s staggering wealth gap in five charts — The Hindu

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Smartphones are getting affordable

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First time users

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In 2013, global smartphone sales exceeded feature phone sales… Source: Gartner

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Asia/Pacific grew the highest at 74.1 percent, followed by Latin America Source: Gartner

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Cab and auto drivers, people the on buses, delivery boys, street vendors, farmers, etc.

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“ प"री iद'ली ) *ी WiFi +,- ”

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Average Net Connection Speeds USA Global India India (Mobile) 11.5mbps 4.5mbps 2.0mbps 1.7mbps Source: Digital, Social & Mobile in 2015

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Jan 2013 1284kb Jan 2014 1682kb Jan 2015 Apr 2015 1931kb 1950kb Average Page Weight Source: HTTP Archive

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In 2013, UC Browser became the most popular browser in India. Today its share is 32%. Source: StatCounter

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“View Desktop Version”

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Banking in India

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Slide 51 text We have ensured that key services are available to you on the mobile website. For other services, please continue to desktop login. “

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Mobile-only users

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mobiForge Global Mobile Statistics 2014 In many developing nations, the majority of mobile web users are mobile-only, highest include Egypt at 70 percent and India at 59 percent. “

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mobiForge Global Mobile Statistics 2014 Many mobile-only web users do not have a bank account, in India this is 57 percent of the mobile-only. “

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One Web

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W3C Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0 One Web means making, as far as is reasonable, the same information and services available to users irrespective of the device they are using. “

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W3C Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0 …while services may be most appropriately experienced in one context or another, it is considered best practice to provide as reasonable experience as is possible given device limitations and not to exclude access from any particular class of device, except where this is necessary because of device limitations. “

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Mobiles have made it economically feasible for a large section of India to access the web…

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…and an even larger population from the weaker socio-economic section are waiting to get onboard

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India is just one of 117 developing nations…

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…and one of the ten newly industrialised countries

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The Map Is Not The Territory Ethan Marcotte Build 2012 and An Event Apart, Chicago 2013

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Soon, if it hasn’t happened already, people using the web will be very different from us

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A compromised mobile web experience will affect far more number of people than a compromised laptop / desktop experience…

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…and would go against the vision, the mission, the values and the guiding principles that make the web

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The Web is Agreement

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Accessibility is the base experience

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Performance is an uncompromisable feature

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The promise of the web — @dpup …if the web didn’t exist, it would be necessary to invent it. “

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Dear technologists, please make the right compromises

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Spare a thought about who you might be excluding

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What’s Your Web?