Web Design Suggestions for Mobile Design

Juniper Research estimates that by 2014, there will be 2.4 billion mobile web users. People surf the web using mobile devices such as smart phones with tiny screens, limited bandwidth and navigation. When developing mobile design, keep your mobile design simple. Mobile design is integral for the future and should be implemented now. Do not wait until 2014 to start your mobile web design. Otherwise, you will lose out to your competition.

Here are some mobile design suggestions:

1. Define your mobile design purpose
2. Define your business objective
3. Streamline the menu system
4. Reduce graphics in navigation
5. Eliminate Flash design
6. Design in plain HTML, XHTML by using cascading style sheets.
7. Avoid pop-ups.
8. Avoid tables
9. Avoid Frames
10. Avoid Cookies
11. Mobile phone screen sizes vary from 320×480 down to roughly 128×160 pixels.
12. Design the mobile web design to be able to scroll vertically.
13. Design your mobile website with the appearance and navigation of your main web site.
14. Test your mobile website on many different devices


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