As technology advances and becomes more adaptive so should websites and the way they are designed and created. More and more people are using mobile devices and having a responsive web design is important for user interaction and usability. Today, I shall discuss some tips that you can use for your next web design project or even on your personal website.
Have a responsive mobile vision
- Inline CSS styling
- Flash/JS code
- Floating DIVs or DIV positioning’s
Display responsive images
Showing images that are responsive and that are flexible. This can be easily achieved by coding adaptive width width: 100%. Min and max widths can be also used as boundaries on HTML elements to avoid it to grow outside the scope you want. It’s also important that your images are SEO optimized for mobile devices. A lot of websites and even corporate websites have images that are too large and render slowly.
Don’t overload people with content
Having too much content can harm your website’s reputation and confuse viewers. Have the most essential content that you will like viewers to see when they come to your mobile website. If your website is content-driven then consider breaking it up with main heading tags and sub-headings.