Do People Look at Legislation on Their Phones? Yes, They Do!

In Custodia Legis: The following is a guest post by Leah K. Ibraheem, the web metrics analyst in the Office of the Chief Information Officer of the Library of Congress. “Natalie shared the news when we hit a big metrics milestone last year of more than a million page views and visits in a single day.  I track metrics across the Library of Congress websites including Congress.gov.  One interesting trend is the changing nature of its traffic coming from mobile devices.  From the beginning, Congress.gov was built using responsive design to take advantage of mobile traffic. For example, here’s the breakdown of mobile vs. non-mobile traffic from Jan 2014 – May 2018″…

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