Time to take a hard look at your site because Mozilla Firefox dealt a significant blow to the fledgling platform by blocking the Adobe Flash plugin by default in all their current browsers.
We made our first one page site design back in 2011. It seemed odd then because we were utilizing the preferred design principles of app developers for a small business/organization website. We made two or three one-pagers for clients, they worked beautifully, and we felt like we were on the bleeding-edge of web design. But then…nothing. The long-held web design principles were held a little tighter, and our one page sites seemed like such an oddity in our portfolio next to more traditional fare. Fast forward three years, and now one page sites are EVERYWHERE. Seriously, you’ll run into one about once a day. So why now?
In the next couple of months, you will be noticing a new way to view videos on the internet. It’s not going to be a huge evolutionary leap forward like virtual reality, but it is significant enough to warrant some excitement from the folks that develop the websites you use everyday. It’s called WebM.