Web designers typically design for desktop viewers when creating website layouts. But, while there’s no doubt that a sleek landscape layout is vital, statistics show that mobile, landscape-viewed sites surpass desktop searches in volume and market share worldwide, according to Statcounter.
Even search engines like Google themselves are using mobile-first indexing to serve users the best content on-the-go, knowing all-to-well that smartphones and tablets are the way our generation gets its information.
Now more than ever, user experience (UX) is at the forefront of mobile design. Let’s review eight ways you can use this form of design to better serve your audience on smaller screens: