7 Key Principles of Mobile Web Designing

Designing is more than a website and a few pictures. There is much more to it. Though in this article, we will not go into the details, we will discuss some fundamental principles. These fundamental principles are applied to all mobile website design. Let us check them out-

#1 Design for mobile- based on most popular and important content

Image result for content Copy content from another website causes much more harm than you can ever expect. Mobile website user usually visits a website when they are looking for a solution. And content is what answers them.

#2 Everything should be available

Image result for clear mobile website design Availability refers to the fact that there should be everything a user can possibly look for, even if it is not visible. A user should be able to access all the important content on the website. The visitors gets annoyed when they could not find the information they are looking for.

#3 Limit navigation options

Image result for navigation options for mobile web designing You need to be sure about the information that you put in front of the user. In order to make your website mobile friendly, you need to reduce the number of clicks, number of menu layers, and you need to simplify it for the user.

#4 Buttons

Image result for buttons on mobile website While using a mobile website it becomes difficult for the user to click on the links in the text. So the designer should put buttons instead. Avoid the small fonts and minuscule buttons. Instead, use elements that are easy to click.

#5 Social media handle availability

Image result for social media handle availability on mobile website The design of the website is definitely important but keep your social media handles there. It gives the company better recognition and credibility.

#6 Watch your media

Media elements are important, they can cause problems for the mobile users. Video formats like Flash don’t play on certain mobile operating systems. You should also keep an eye on the large image files, bloated fonts, and unnecessary characters, they take unnecessary loading time.

#7 Problematic pop-ups

Image result for pop ups on mobile website Too many pop-ups annoy the mobile visitors. Too many sign-up boxes on a small screen are frustrating. Unless it is very important.

#8 Limited information

Asking for too much information would put the customer in confusion. Forms are a pain to fill out, especially when you are typing with your thumbs. Keep the text input needed as minimum as possible.   There are many other things about mobile web designing that you think. What are your principles? Share your ideas and advices in the comments.