It’s been just over a year since Narrow Design’s Nick Jones showed us how agency websites are completely unfit for mobile devices. Well, Google is looking to change that with the launch of GoMo, a service that aims to make it easier for businesses to build mobile-friendly sites. To help accomplish its goal, the online giant enlisted the services of Mullen, which handled the site design and user experience work for the GoMo project. If you’re looking for background on GoMo (aka “Go Mobile”), you can check out a Google blog post here.
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