5 Advanced Mobile Web Design Trends for 2014

Developing mobile web designs that look like native apps has much been not possible. There are many creative workarounds offering native ‘feel’ to mobile web browsing, but fails to bridge gap between native and the web.

The latest high-powered smartphones allow designers to design native-feeling Smartphone UI patterns that created for the web. Such patterns are hazing the lines among the web and native apps. In this post, we are going to discuss some excellent mobile web design patterns that you will see in 2014 while browsing the web on a smart device.

Advanced Mobile Web Design Trends for 2014Native-Like Alphabetical Lists

One of the greatest ways to help users scroll via long lists of items is through an alphabetical index. Apple provides users to choose contacts and music in iOS, but it seems that it doesn’t prove to be difficult to enhance functionality to the web that words as well as its native counterparts.

Dynamic Content in Off-Canvas Flyouts

Off-canvas flyouts are the important parts of the page that live out of viewpoint in anticipation of a user tap or swipe the appropriate area. Off-canvas flyouts become an important navigation pattern for mobile in web apps and native both. Even, one can find a handful of desktop websites as well. Off-canvas flyouts are used by many web pages to hide menus and other static content; however, it is possible to display a whole host of other dynamic content as well.

New Kind of Calendar

Users always get a pretty terrible experience while accessing web-based calendars on mobile devices. Thus, most of the designers are avoiding using calendars like the plague. Instead of, they are choosing a different design pattern such as a simple list of dates. Designers can enjoy creative with carousels and some JavaScript magic by using usable calendars on mobile.

Huge Image Carousels

Designers don’t like to use large image carousels to implement on mobile due to performance and navigation issues. However, if they are overcoming from such issues they can develop native-feeling image browsing experience by taking the benefits of wonderful high DPI screens.

Pinch to Zoom in Galleries

Generally, Pinching to Zoom text is a sign of poor formatted content, however, image shows different case. Users frequently want to zoom into pictures on the web like with native maps and images in apps. There are many websites enhanced their image galleries so that users can zoom into any slide and view the image in the most appropriate ways.

These are 5 most amazing mobile web design trends for 2014 that you add while designing mobile website. If you are thinking to make your site responsive by adopting Mobile web design services, then contact Mobile Tech Force now.


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