With more eye balls than ever before viewing your content there is now a greater emphasis on getting the detail right and presenting your story, business and product as well as you possibly can.
Gone are the days where you could justify an ‘OK’ presentation. ‘Just enough’ will no longer suffice. Demand for quality is rising fast and no industry or sector is excused.
Our lives are now saturated with brands delivering hundreds of messages and as a result we notice when a presentation isn’t quite up to ever increasing standards. Your brand shouldn’t be any different.
So what am I talking about? Well -specifically – your website.
This post is designed to act as a mini checklist, highlighting some of the key areas that may fall under the radar when publishing pages. Be mindful, as there are various traps to watch out for.
The best way to test your site is to have both a tablet and mobile device primed to view the page upon. Of course this is not always possible. A simple alternative however is to do so in a browser. Assuming you are working upon a desktop you may click the restore down button; ordinarily the middle of three that appear top right in Chrome, IE or Firefox, top left for Safari.
Once the browser is in this state (typically sitting in the middle of your screen) you should be able to grab the edge of the window and drag the frame inwards, reducing its size and thus replicating a smaller screen.
This is the cool bit as you can actually see the page resize and reorganise content as the screen shrinks down.
If there are any layout issues they should be immediately apparent when performing this test.
This is a useful trick you can run through each time you edit your page. Nothing too time consuming but a great and invaluable habit to get into.
Want to know more about why your website should be mobile friendly? Have a read of Steve’s recent blog posthere.
Think you could do with some help on your website? Call us on 01202 684 009 or contact us online.
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