How to Test Your WordPress Site for Mobile Usability Problems
Almost exactly two years ago, I wrote a post about the key aspects of User Experience design you need to focus on when designing for mobile.
That post identified four UX priorities for mobile: touchable areas, navigation, forms and interactions.
Two years have passed since then and things have moved on in the web development world. Although I’d argue that they’ve moved a lot more slowly in mobile development over the last two years than they did in the two years before that post.
Although the iPhone’s been around since 2007 and Android since 2008, web developers didn’t really engage with mobile design and mobile UX for some years. Apple was…