The majority of Americans are glued to their smartphones.
The majority of Americans are glued to their smartphones. They likely use it to check emails, keep track of the news, and interact with friends on social media. In fact, 2016 was the first time that mobile Internet use surpassed desktop use, tipping the scales at 51.2% for mobile, and 48.7% for desktop (techcrunch.com). With this in mind, it’s important to understand how crucial it is to have a mobile-accessible platform and content.
Just because your organization has a website, doesn’t mean it is optimized for phones and tablets. Not to mention, there are 56.7 million Americans who have a disability (2010 U.S. Census). According to the World Health Organization, there are 285 million people with visual impairments worldwide, 39 million of whom are blind, as well as more than 360 million people who have disabling hearing loss.
Mobile plays a central role in providing an exceptional degree of autonomy to individuals with these and other types of disabilities.
Mobile devices and applications can provide access to information and services that might otherwise be unavailable. Websites that aren’t mobile-friendly are quickly falling by the wayside as our world is quickly evolving into a predominantly digital environment.
In addition, the importance of a mobile-accessible platform and content benefits you not just online, but offline as well. People will take note and remember a website they have a great experience with, and consequently, they will also take note of a website that gave a poor experience. Reputation is everything, and most businesses and organizations cannot afford to give people a bad experience – digital or otherwise.
How We Can Help
We take the time to get to know our partners so that we can effectively unite their recruitment objectives with creative solutions.
Workforce Development Planning
HWNY partners with local Area Health Education Centers (AHECs) to provide boots-on-the-ground, community-based outreach and engagement services.
Integrated Recruitment Campaigns
HWNY’s technology development team can design and develop a mobile-accessible website that has the ability to connect, track, and engage the future workforce.
HWNY can help you create authentic media that tells your story, promotes your culture, and spreads your impact.
Community-based workforce development programs are designed to immerse health professionals in underserved communities.
A unique interactive way for individuals to identify local opportunities to explore, experience, practice, study, and work in a specific health career.
Community & Strategic Partner Connections
HWNY can connect and engage organizations/groups to further each other’s goals and objectives. Collectively, it is the advancement of a shared mission.
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