We live in the golden age of mobile. When most people would give you an example about devices and gadgets, I’m thinking about a food truck.
My band recently played an outdoor gig at a university festival and I couldn’t help but notice a big, yellow food truck in between the run-of-the-mill food stalls. I was impressed at how it was only manned by a crew of three, and it served a long queue of people rather well. People would order food at the front part of the truck then they’d get a number and just wait at the back end of the truck. They served really great burgers. Another neat thing I realised was that after the festival, the food stalls had to worry about packing up their stuff, taking down the tents, and wait for a transport to carry out everything while the food truck can just be driven off to the next location.
I came across a quote by Albert Einstein saying, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” I’m guessing that’s why the concept of mobile has been so successful recently. Websites are responsive or designed with a mobile-first (I honestly think it's still okay to do desktop first) principle. Statistics for people browsing the internet on a mobile device is continually increasing. Creating a successful product requires you to be noticeable, of great quality, and mobile—just like a big yellow food truck.