Social Mobile Brand Mobile Website Design Canada With an increase in the use of mobile phones in short period, there might be more than half of your customers browsing your website using mobile internet. Your existing website, when viewed through a Smartphone, fails to give a user-friendly experience to your customers; hence in this case you are missing out on your potential consumers. Social Mobile Brand Mobile Website Design Canada provides you a professional mobile website design by optimizing your existing website for mobiles with less scrolling and easy browsing, user friendly.
The Basic Tips & Principles While Designing your Mobile Website Design
First and important thing you have to know that the Web site design and construction generally used for computer browsers will not be compatible with mobile devices. Your website should be compatible with Mobile devices also we must follow the accessibility design guidelines while creating your Mobile Website Design which are set by the W3C.
Mobile phones that have separate data plans are not able to download large amounts of data quickly so we need to design our Mobile Website Design such a way that it should download quickly in any mobile device.
The easiest way to create your Mobile Website Design is to modify your existing Internet site to make it compatible for mobile handsets. If you decide to do so, expect that there will be big changes in terms of layout, design and construction.
Here are some of the principles we need to note wile Mobile Web Design
Your site must use CSS for the layout to ensure maximum compatibility. Avoid using tables.
It is easiest if your site is coded using either XML or XHTML, with your character encoding set at UTF 8.
You have to consider that different mobile devices have different screen sizes. Your Mobile Website Design should be designed and build with a “fluid” layout in mind.
Remember to put all the most important information that you want mobile users to see on the top of the page like site search and navigation. It can be time consuming to browse through a Mobile Website, not to mention tedious to read through. Make your mobile site design convenient for your consumers.
Design for fingers. Click targets should be a minimum of 30-40px in size and use white space in between elements to ease click identification.
Keep download time in mind. Avoid background images… they can reduce readability in certain lighting conditions. Combine smaller images, like icons, into one file and use css to position them on the page. This reduces the number of HTTP requests your device has to make. Lastly, reduce size of images.
Consider this element “Most browsers don’t support plug-in or extensions”
Avoid using unnecessary graphics.
- Define Your Need for a Mobile Site
- Consider the Business Objectives
- Study the Data of the Past before Moving Forward
- Practice Responsive Web Design
- Single-Column Layouts Usually Work Best
- Vertical Hierarchy: Think in Collapsible Terms
- Go From “Clickable” to “Tappable”
- Provide Interaction Feedback
- Test Your Mobile Website