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Mobile Web Development On The Rise

31 January, 2013, by Blogger, 0 Comments

It’s been a long time since web browsing was confined to the desktop. With smart phones and tablets becoming ever more sophisticated, your customers are now much more confident about searching on the move. In fact, many technology experts are predicting that web searching via mobile devices will soon overtake desktop searching.

What does that mean for leading Perth businesses? It means your web development strategy needs to give equal priority to mobile web design as it does to traditional web design. Simply mocking up a mobile version of your main website is no longer sufficient. Your mobile site needs to be specifically designed for the many different formats and screen sizes it may be viewed on. New web technologies are allowing designers to create mobile sites that will automatically adapt to the many various mobile browsers on the market.

You need to find a Web Development Company that is on top of the ever-changing landscape of mobile browsing. As Perth’s leading provider of Web Development Services, DBSIT strives to stay at the forefront of the latest browsing technologies.

Here, our team shares their top tips for mobile web design:

Keep it simple
With less screen space, you need to keep your mobile site sleek and simple. This keeps load times down and usability at a high level. Single-column layouts with one or two images are best.

Reflect the personality of the main site
Apart from the company logo, users should be able to recognise your business via the familiar images, fonts and content that is featured on your main site.

Be easily ‘tappable’
Remember, your users will be tapping, not clicking. It’s important to always keep your links, buttons and menus large enough to be easily tappable. The mobile browsing experience can quickly be tainted when repeated attempts at tapping are required.

Want to discover more? Call the team at DBSIT today.


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