By Leon Tong
Whether mobile will in fact overtake desktop browsing by this date or not, everyone seems to be preparing for it: Google released a recent blog titled “recommendations for building smartphone optimized websites” and Facebook updated their iOS application to include advertising to ensure this revenue stream is not lost if users switch their browsing device preferences.
By David Scales
Responsive design techniques have gained a good foothold in recent years and a flurry of associated technologies for image optimisation, fluid grid frameworks, responsive prototyping, fluid video and so on has followed there after. Alongside this we are seeing the development of new approaches to designing for mobile both from a UI, UX and content perspective.
By bladmin
With more and more people using mobile phones to access the web, it makes sense to provide visitors with the best experience possible. Navigation plays a very important part in this, and has to be carefully considered. Browsing the web with a phone is a very different experience compared to a traditional desktop or laptop computer, and a navigation setup that looks great on a monitor may not work at all on a mobile device. Site navigation that caters with mobile users in mind will benefit from improved usability and reduces the risk of user frustration.