Mobile First Design
Mobile > Tablet > Desktop
Mobile first website design is both a strategy and a new way of targeting delivery.
The mobile first website considers website design for mobile phones or mobile devices before traditional desktop computers.
Typically website designers use a desktop computer to design websites, then make changes to suit mobile layouts.
Mobile First considers areas with low bandwidth such as regional or rural, will see your site quickly, on mobile phones, tablets or laptop/desktop.
Why A Mobile First Website?
Some uses & benefits of A Mobile First website
There are a few good reasons to choose a mobile first design for your website.
As speed is a main factor, areas with low bandwidth such as regional or rural, will see your site quickly, on mobile phones, tablets or laptop/desktop computers.
Improved User Experience
Around 60% of mobile users have encountered problems when browsing websites that have led them to abandon the page.
Improved Mobile SEO
If Google recommends it, we usually do it. You will want your site to rank well in Google mobile search results.
User Experience Design
increasing the satisfaction
Mobile First Website Design reverses the priority to mobile while still delivering to desktop, which makes for a fast website!
Mobile First Design could be viewed as a “User Experience Design” and about increasing satisfaction of a user by developing or enhancing the speed, usability and ultimately, pleasure from using your website.
Some basic examples of a mobile first experience are things such as, linking your logo to your homepage, use readable fonts, mimimise the need for images and navigation.
Desktops are not left out in mobile first design. Responsive design delivers the desktop experience equally as well as mobile, and at increased speed, utilising delivery speed as a ranking factor.
Progressive Advancement & Graceful Degradation
In order to make web or application interface display reasonably on different devices, designers provide customised versions of product for different ends.
Progressive Advancement means that when we design a product, first we build a version for the relatively lower browser (like that on a mobile phone). This version includes the most basic functions & features.
After that, we tend to the advanced version for a tablet or PC, which is created by adding interactions, more complicated effects, etc. on the basic version for a better user experience.
Graceful Degradation, on the contrary, starts the product design from an advanced end like desktop and builds a version with well-rounded features at the beginning.
Then designers make the product compatible with mobile ends by cutting some functions or contents.
We take the mobile end product design as a starting point, under the restrictions like bandwidth, screen size and so on & create a lean & neat product with prioritised features.
A mobile first website considers mobile layout and delivery as a priority with desktop layout following the mobile design.
Mobile FirstWebsite & Hosting Package
Website Type: HTML
3 Pages (W3C compliant)
Domain Name (.com.au)
500Mb Hosting + SSL
Email: 1 Account
Website Care Plan
Personal & Remote Support