The company I work for has about 15% of their users/prospective members coming from a Mobile non/desktop device. Though that is not a high number, it is still a decent number. The data is collected from Google analytics.
Our mobile site is not responsive, nor even optimized for mobile browsing.
Is it possible that because the sight is extrememly poor on mobile, that it could push our audience to use desktop more, giving us low % on mobile?
I understand there is a couple ways of reading the data, including our audience is not in the prime mobile-device market. I would just like to know if there are other UX prcticioners that have came across this.
We are an audiobook company that serves to an array of different audiences including the disabled, students, institutions, and primarily parents whom has a child with a reading disability. We have a website for information/resources, and a web application to login and choose which audiobooks you would like. The current playback system we have is an IOS app.