At the beginning of 2012 Smartphone sales and tablets outnumbered personal computer sales. It is estimated that 72.5% of people will access the internet on their phones by 2025.
This reflects the importance of having an optimal mobile user experience in all devices sizes.
Mobile design presents several challenges and limitations such as screen size and bandwidth. In order to overcome these challenges, I focus on the essentials and strip away the extra elements, simplicity is the name of the game.
By designing mobile-first, I aim to create better user experiences across different size screens. Therefore, my design process starts with mobile devices in mind first.
As a UX designer, prioritizing the most important aspects of the product is essential. This allows for delivering the right user experience to the right device.
Browsing a website on mobile is very different from browsing a website on a desktop. Screen orientations are different, and certain tasks are a lot more cumbersome on smaller screens.
keeping it simple, improves content clarity by only using the necessary elements on the mobile site. This helps users to focus on the content that matters the most, providing a better user experience while using mobile devices and small screens.