Making a Mobile-Friendly Website Using the ADAPT Model

Learn how to improve the user experience of your website by following the ADAPT Model to enhance the performance of your content on cellular networks or mobile devices.

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET

Hosted by and the David Fern

The 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (21st Century IDEA) requires federal websites to be “fully functional and usable on common mobile devices.” Mobile-friendliness, however, can mean a variety of things, depending on the perspective of a user.

David Fern, co-lead of the MobileGov Community and the Federal Crowdsource Mobile Testing Program, knows a lot about making websites and content mobile-friendly. This webinar gives you insights into his approach—the ADAPT Model—which looks to ensure that websites are mobile-friendly:

  • Assess Your Site
  • Determine Challenges
  • Align Solutions
  • Perform Enhancements
  • Test Again

He’ll walk you through this approach, give you some resources for testing your site or content, and answer any questions that you have about mobile-friendliness.

Presentation deck: Using the ADAPT Model to Become Mobile-Friendly (PDF, 763 KB, 16 pages)

This event is hosted by the MobileGov Community and DigitalGov University. MobileGov is a GSA-sponsored community of practice focused on implementing solutions for making mobile technologies better in government.