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25 Principles Mobile Site Design- Delight User & Drive Conversion

From ThinkWithGoogle about Mobile Site Design

Consumers increasingly rely on the mobile web to research and make purchases, which makes it more important than ever for companies to have an effective mobile presence. But what makes a good mobile site? To answer this question, Google partnered with AnswerLab to research how a range of users interacted with a diverse group of mobile sites. From this research, Google established 25 principles of mobile site design to help companies build mobile sites that delight customers and drive conversions.

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Now you will never lose your customers, if you follow these principles. Happy Designing.

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Check this PDF for more Details: PDF for Above Principles

53 replies on “25 Principles Mobile Site Design- Delight User & Drive Conversion”

Hi Jaffer,

thanks for sharing the 25 principles of mobile site design! Looks like the devil’s in the details, quite some things to take care of to make it a smooth journey for mobile users. Great you’ve shared the PDF with all the details, I will definitely take a look at it!

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Hi Jaffer
Again a very important and useful article. The above mentioned principles are very important for mobile sites and for generating traffic. Due to which seo will improve.
Thanks for sharing.

Hi Jaffer,

thanks for sharing the 25 principles of mobile site design! Looks like the devil’s in the details, quite some things to take care of to make it a smooth journey for mobile users. Great you’ve shared the PDF with all the details, it will help me a lot.

Thanks again.

Hi,
I would say Wow!!! The way you explained about the mobile site designs were pretty much impressive. I always like to read your articles and helped out a lot. Please keep writing.
Thanks for sharing this motivative and informative post.

I want the same kind of mobile designs for my website which is related to clothing
Thank you for the post and i would love to bookmark this website as it is very informative website.

Hi Jaffer,

thanks for sharing the principles of mobile site design! quite some things to take care of to make it a smooth journey for mobile users. Great you’ve shared the PDF with all the details, I will definitely take a look at it!

I feel like you could probably teach a class on how to make a great blog. This is fantastic! I have to say, what really got me was your design. You certainly know how to make your blog more than just a rant about an issue. You have made it possible for people to connect. Good for you, because not that many people know what they are doing.

Hi and first of all: Thanks for the great article!

I think one of the biggest problems when it comes to mobile-site-optimization is that you always do small mistakes.
What really started me thinking about this is #4, Don’t let promotions steal the show.

Almost anyone, including me obviously, might put the big “SALE” right into the shown banner.
It’s just that as soon as you start thinking about it twice or even thrice, there is no reason to place the promotion right nex tto other great offers. You already have something interesting or perhaps something that many users might even desire to have a look at. So why try to steal the show with a promotion?
Long story in short: These principles – especially #4 – really got me thinking.

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This is a terrific article. The best thing about articles here is that nothing is hidden from the reader. You share all you have and create real value for the readers. I give you Five Stars for this.

It’s so nice that tons of the WordPress packages automatically design mobile templates for you. But like with anything automatic, it definitely requires some tweaking.

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