Nowadays, people are using their smartphones, tablets, and notebooks as their primary device for browsing the internet. That’s why businesses without a responsive web design will lag behind the competition.
Don’t be one of them! To ensure your website design is responsive (a.k.a, readable on mobile devices), keep in mind the following:
Too much text isn’t easy to read on the small screen of mobile devices. Remove labels and add icons. Icons take less space and convey a lot of meaning.
Many people use data whenever they go online on their mobile devices. It’s more expensive and slower than other connections, so make sure the images on your website are optimized for mobile devices. They should load fast and not eat up too much data.
Start with these two simple things to get your website on the road to responsive web design.
Our thanks goes out to CustomCreatives for this wonderful infographic.
Is your website ready for 2017? Here are some must-haves for your website. Let’s look at some parts and check if they have the following:
To increase user engagement, make sure that your comment feature and social media share are both activated. These will allow visitors to comment on your content and share it with their networks. Add a search bar and sidebar blog post archive to make it easier for visitors to find the content they want.
Thanks to our friends at MyWebProgrammer.com for this useful infographic. Get started on your checklist today.