Yesterday we discussed best practices for mobile designs and some key focuses for mobile web design. So today we’re going to look at a few mobile sites that do a nice job when it comes to layout and creating a good user experience.
The headphone manufacturer has a mobile site that, in my opinion, is actually designed better than its Internet site. The tasks are simple and defined, and the imagery used keeps the branding message cohesive.
Mobile Flu Portal
Who says the government can’t do anything right? This mobile site, designed to educate users about the flu and prevention, makes finding what the user needs simple thanks to big and graphic touch points on the homepage. The video below highlights the sites features and demonstrates just how easy it is to navigate.
This fast food chain has clearly defined the tasks its users will need: Find out about their food and find their locations. Enough said!
I’ve never been to Montana, but this site has me considering that option. The navigation is simple and someone certainly thought out what users might be searching for on their mobile device. Also, good placement of all the social sites’ icons.
This is the mobile site of front-end developer and UI specialist Emma Dobrescu. After looking at this site who wouldn’t want to hire her? It has great imagery, easy navigation and just the right amount of information all created with the mobile web in mind.
What mobile sites do you think do a good job with their layout? Let us know with your comments below or on Facebook or Twitter.