Mobile Web

Convert Website to Mobile


More and more people are browsing and searching the Internet through their Mobile phones. Not only do people use their handsets to access social networking sites and instant messengers when they are out and about, but they use their mobile phones to check out Web sites, too.

Because of the ever-increasing number of people who use mobile devices to access the Internet, many handset browsers have been equipped with the ability to handle sites originally designed for viewing on a computer. But certain Web design and Web development platforms – like Adobe Business Catalyst – have adapted to the times and are also putting into consideration how sites will work on mobile devices.


Convert Business Catalyst into Mobile Web


Indeed, as mobile Internet has developed, tech-savvy users have also come to expect greater standards as far as Internet browsing on their handsets is concerned. Thus Tech Growth Global is utilizing Business Catalyst to convert Websites to mobile. Tech Growth Global's website to mobile conversion will help online businesses attain mobile web growth by attracting more potential customers.


Other benefits if you convert Business Catalyst into mobile web:


  • Mobile Web indexing. Mobile Web users will be able to find you if you have a mobile Web version of your site.
  • Some mechanism to interact with your service. This provides an additional marketing media to reach or interact with customers while they are on the go.
  • Mobile Web search engine ranking. With some SEO bundled in, your mobile Web page can rank.


Get your websitesto mobile web conversion
  • First things first
    Mobile users are on the go. So you must prioritize to meet their needs quickly. Your home page should right away show the function most relevant to your mobile user.
  • Above the fold
    Whenever possible, show the essential information above the fold so the mobile user does not have to scroll.
  • Freeway Signs
    Navigation should indicate where the user is and where the user can go. It should not be repeated on every page so optimize use of real estate. But at the same time the navigation logic should be obvious and consistent throughout the entire site.
  • High contrast for visual hierarchy
    The mobile user will be under different lighting conditions either because of the environment or low battery conditions. Hence, selected items should be clearly distinguished and keep in mind visual hierarchy even
  • Simplify input
    Mobile users will have
    difficulty typing so you need to make available
    auto-complete and/or
    auto-suggest features.
  • Minimize graphics display
    Mobile users have relatively slower connection speeds so keeping page size to a
    minimum is beneficial.
  • Intuitive browsing controls
    The best way to achieve this is to mimic the navigation of native apps of target devices.
  • Design mobile friendly page layouts
    If the content cannot fit on the small screen size, then utilize vertical scrolling and horizontal sliders. And make sure you allocate enough touch area for buttons.
  • Keep in mind limitations
    Take note of screen sizes, image size, image support, page size, font support, resolutions, pixel density and multimedia for your target devices.
  • No 3rd party plug-ins
    Consider that iPhone OS X does not allow 3rd Party plug-ins so don’t design with flash, java or any third party plug-ins.