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Futuristic Mobile Web Design – what is it really?

It’s a general view that web browsing looks and feels better on a PC than it does on a mobile phone. And to improve the UX so much that it leaves the web browsing on the PC behind, future mobile web design is a significant need

Mostly, if one opens a website on a mobile phone, the page that gets opened is different from what you will see on a PC, when browsing through the same website. It happens due to a total makeover of the same website, so that it can be optimized for the use on mobile phones.

But, optimizing a website makes it less appealing, leaving a void in user experience. And if the website is filled with more content for a better UX, then many other glitches come with it. It may take more time to open or may lag due to the low performing mobile devices.

Web browsing on mobile phones need to be similar in the looks and feels of an indigenous mobile app. If a website provides such UI that it makes the user believe that s/he is using a fast and glitch-free mobile app then the possibility is limitless.

Given below are 5 requirements of mobile web designs of the future:

Futuristic Mobile Web Design – what  is it really?

  1. Responsive Web Design (RWD)

The war is not just limited to a PC and mobile any longer, but has spread among PC, mobile, tablets, wearable, phablets, TVs and much more. To reach-out to the target users, you will have to be on each and every device they use. To engage them, you will have to provide them the same user experience (UX) as they sense, browsing on a high-end device.

To be at a height of perfection, at every place, takes effort. With Responsive web design (RWD), you can take your website to any digital device. It allows making websites that can be optimized for the screen of every size and provide the same UX as is felt on a desktop or PC.

  1. Scalable Web Design (SWD)

The question is how to move swiftly between the images of low and high-pixel density on a same webpage? Scalable Web Design (SWD) technology lets you display the images having all kinds of pixel densities on the same webpage.

It uses the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) to display images on a single screen without letting them lose the detailing, sharpness, brightness, etc. By using a single vector graphic this purpose can be easily achieved. Also, an enhanced user experience is sensed when the user browses through an image exclusive website.

  1. Flat Design

It may appear that a 3-dimensional interface will look good on a website. But, relying on 3D interface alone, may not enhance the UX in any way. It may rather diminish the experience, if the website is not properly designed, leaving the user wonder- what is going wrong.

A flat designed website is much more appealing if it is built following the basic designing environment. Also, it is more responsive and can be easily optimized for all kinds of devices. Where a 3-dimensional website is hard to optimize for wide use and various platforms, a flat design is omnipotent.

  1. Effortless Interface

Xerox made Mouse and with it came scrolling. A mobile web design asks for an effortless interface that can take the user through the whole website content in the most smooth and fluid way possible. With such ease and comfort at browsing, the UX is sure to enhance.

Scrolling the website smoothly, with a single touch, enhances the user experience to an upper level. A fluid moving webpage with automatically loading contents of various sizes, all at the same time, is what the future mobile websites need.

  1. Simple Content

A website with simple and trouble-free content can be easily optimized for screens of all sizes. An uncomplicated  and straightforward content enhances the UX by engaging the user, making him/her understand of the information the website is supposed to deliver. You are in the one in smart-pants if your website content is versatile and can be reused for screens of all sizes.

With the launch of high-end mobile devices, it is rather easy to create sophisticated web designs, that can easily take the mobile web browsing experience to another level. And with the above mentioned requirements of future mobile web design, the user may experience as if they are using an indigenous app instead of browsing a website.

Author Bio

Kaylee Martin works as Web Developer in Crocussweb.She loves to write about new technologies and Web related topics.She loves to read novels and hanging out on internet.

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