10 Things To Consider When Creating A Mobile Webpage

With regards to a post made at Mashable: http://mashable.com/2011/03/24/mobile-web-design-tips/#wflfZXAtrZqz

In most circumstances, you, as the designer/developer are getting hired by a client to design a mobile website for their business. What are the organization objectives as they relate to the web site, specifically the mobile web site? As with any layout, you’ll need to have to prioritize these goals, then communicate that hierarchy in your design and style. When translating your design and style to mobile, you’ll want to get this a phase more and concentrate on just a couple of prime priority objectives for the business.

Take the site for Hyundai as an instance. If you load hyundai.com in a desktop browser, the first factor you’ll see are big, bold photographs that evoke an emotional connection to their autos. In addition, you see a robust navigation, callouts to various benefits of owning a Hyundai, internet site search and social media links.

Web design for mobile apps and websites is crucial to the success of any business, project, or organization. As more and more people begin to primarily use their phones to access a company’s website, it is important to create an easy to use and efficient mobile webpage.

First, determine how beneficial a mobile site will be. Just because everyone else is doing it, doesn’t mean that it is right for your company. While brainstorming about your mobile site have objectives that you are hoping to achieve through this endeavor. Whether it is easy purchasing, a new style or changing you brand, keep these in mind as you design your webpage.

It is also important to look at previous data and alter your plans accordingly when it comes to web design. Look at what devices and browsers users use most when accessing sites and tailor your product for them. As you are designing your page ensure that your web design will be compatible with a wide range of browsers, devices and software.

One of the biggest pieces of advice is to make mobile web designs as simple as possible. Do not make the site so simple that it looks vintage, but rather a nice elegant style with easy to use tabs, links and features. For example, single-column layouts seem to work best and are much more appealing to the customers using the apps. Do not spend extra time trying to make the website more complex than it needs to be. Here’s a website containing mobile applications with App Awards.

Similarly, if you are trying to display large amounts of information, it is beneficial to use collapsible tabs or columns that hide information that the user is no currently using. Ensure that the mobile design has easily tappable buttons and tabs. Nothing is more frustrating to a consumer that repeatedly pressing a link or button on the webpage and seeing no response.

Before using the mobile site you created, test the site thoroughly. Press every button, every tab and investigate every crevice of the site to ensure everything works like it should and everything is running smoothly. Finally, provide ways for the consumers to give feedback on their experiences of the mobile site. This is the most important information you are going to need because these are the people you are trying to please and care most about.

Infrastructure Will Make Or Break This Project

The experience marked him for life. Despite the shocking injuries and gaping, maggot-invested wounds he helped clean, he fell in love with Haiti, and its people.

Capponi (Michael Capponi Miami Herald) has been back to Haiti 32 times since his last visit five days after the earthquake. At first it was as just one of the many relief workers. But that soon evolved into a deeper commitment. He bought 700 tents and built a camp for 3,000 homeless earthquake victims in the capital Port-au-Prince, paid for by several fundraisers Capponi organized with the United Way of Miami-Dade, of which he is a board member.

Content from: http://www.michaelcapponi.com/

If Michael is going to build up the tourism in Haiti, the article is right, he really needs to be concerned about infrastructure. The earthquake made a real mess of what little they had, and now things are in a real state of disrepair. Bad infrastructure can really tear down even the most well thought-out plans and the best intentions. Michael has some good people working with him, though. I hope his plans for sustainable development include good roads and renewable energy, otherwise it will be a lot of wasted effort. People can’t empower themselves if they don’t have the basics they need to support the means of empowerment, after all! Michael is taking the right approach, and he needs to keep on the direction he has set for himself. If he stays true to his goal and his motives, there’s nothing that will stop him. I wish him the best of luck!