It is worth taking a look at some recent studies which have researched the way users interact with news on mobile devices, such as phones and tablets, and could help with the development of news products on digital platforms.
Studies include eye-tracking research by Poynter, which released further findings from its study last week, on how users engage with news on tablets, which hoped “to determine best strategy for news on tablets”. Find out more on the project here.
And earlier in the month MediaShift reported on a Pew Research Center study on mobile news, which MediaShift said ”offers context that could help community news publishers hone their mobile strategy”.
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