Resources on Mobile
An Introduction to USWDS 2.0 —A design system for the federal government.
Eight Principles of Mobile-Friendliness —Following these principles will help you make your site more usable and user-friendly.
How to track performance —A step-by-step guide to picking metrics and tools for tracking performance on your siteundefined
Mobile Development Strategies —The following is a list of the most common mobile development strategies.
A Guide to Creating Mobile-Friendly Websites —Five tactics for improving the performance of your website
Connected Government Act —As of July of 2018, all new and redesigned agency websites are required to be mobile friendly.
Mobile User Experience Guidelines —Six user experience guidelines for creating a mobile product.
Mobile SOW and Developer Qualifications —Structuring a Statement of Work (SOW) for the development or modification of mobile products should be similar to any SOW your government …
Mobile Application Development Program —Helping agencies plan, develop, test and launch anytime, anywhere, any device mobile products and services for the public. Plan—Build …
Tools and Services
Federal Crowdsource Mobile Testing Program —Compatibility testing service that agencies can use to test the mobile-friendliness of their websites.
U.S. Digital Registry —An inventory of official government social media accounts, mobile websites and apps, as reported and authenticated by federal managers.
U.S. Web Design System —A toolkit of principles, guidance, and code that helps agency digital teams build accessible, mobile-friendly government websites for the …
Join a Community of Practice
MobileGov —Working to implement solutions for making mobile technologies better in government