Trendy Examples for Surviving When Stuck with a Mobile Website Design

It has been said enough about the deep influence of smartphones on a human life. So I don’t want to repeat, I just would like to mention it’s obvious a modern web designer must improve himself in mobile website making. This kind of designing activity differs from the classical one for PC: the primary reason of distinction lies in the smaller space of the mobile screen. This feature generally forms all main attributes of mobile web design, some of which are the following:

  • Big fonts – you know, it’s very inconvenient to strain the eye to see the microscopical text on the mobile screen.
  • Big buttons – missing touches provide with a quite understandable frustration dose.
  • Simplicity – touch-oriented interaction requires specific approach, because it lacks of PC’s wide range options.
  • Clean and clear look – no comments.
  • No horizontal scrolling – no one wants their finger to be tied into knot.
  • Visible and easy-to-use search bar – the touch-keyboard has its own specialties in using.
  • Handy social media widgets – a mobile user has no time and patience to scroll for a while and seek for Twitter, Facebook and other buttons, they must get apparent immediately.

Anyway, here we got the whole new branch of web designing appeared, according to that the professional level requires hours of teaching, practicing and experimenting to be reached. So, for those who suddenly understood the importance of high quality mobile design, it would be helpful to start from this infographic.

But before, let’s check the best examples of mobile web design to keep in mind how a good version should look like and also, of course, to inspire for new creativity.
 

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Visit Bruges

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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National Theatre Wales

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Eden

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Italio

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Post University

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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The Typographic Circle

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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ModCloth

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Substrakt

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Sharpe Vision

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Al Taglio

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Nowy Teatr

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Jmacaluso

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Special K

Creative Mobile Websites
 

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Harris Farm


 

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Humana


 

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Talk to Frank


 

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Royal LePage


 

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The list can evidently show a new tendency of making mobile web design more attractive and efficient than the regular one. Well, it’s not surprising that interesting phenomenon is becoming a trend, since the statistic states the smartphones would be in use more, than the personal computers by 2015 (source), for using the internet in particular.

You see the situation is serious, therefore the sharing of mobile web designing observations in the comments would be granted with thankfulness from all the interested persons.

About the author:

Art Rivera: Deeply interested in everything connected with Internet, I sincerely suppose the web is the only future reality for the humanity through its inevitable involving into every part of human life. I’m not a great fan of cyberpunk concept, but the world is keeping that certain direction of total connectedness. And of course there should be someone, who can write the history, who would describe and analyze and enter in the record all notable changes and tendencies on the web. Hello, it’s me.

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  • http://www.clippingpathzone.com/ Sila Mahmud

    Awesome
    collection of blog design. Very inspiring. Thanks for sharing this awesome
    post.

  • mobile website designer

    I’m in complete agreement with a lot of the information in the following paragraphs. You certainly are a special article writer have real profit put your own views directly into apparent phrases. Anyone will be able to understand why.

  • ArtRivera

    Glad to know. I’m rather interested in mobile web design, so feel free to check for updates – I will surely write more on this topic.

  • ArtRivera

    You are very welcome, Sila.
    I do appreciate your positive response.

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