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How To Make a Mobile-Friendly Website Design

Over 60% of users access websites on mobile devices, according to similarweb.com. That's why it's critical to keep an eye on how your website looks not only on desktops but also on phones and tablets.

Here are 6 tips to help you create a clean and responsive design 🎨✨

1. Choose the Right Font Size
Text should be easily readable on all devices. For a mobile version, use a font size of at least 16-18 pixels.

2. Don't Make Interface Elements Too Small
Buttons, icons, and other interactive elements should be large enough for users to easily tap them with their fingers on touchscreens.

3. Place Key Information & CTA Button At the Top Of the Page
As soon as the user enters the website, they quickly decide whether or not to stay on the page. So place the content that will keep a person on the website right away. To make the first section look cleaner, make it fit the height of the screen so that elements are not cut off.

4. Pay Attention To the Animation Effects
Keep animation only where it is necessary, as it can slow down your page, especially when using mobile Internet.

5. Compress Images
Use software that compresses images by combining similar colors (e.g., TinyPNG, Squoosh, Compressor). This preserves the quality of the image and significantly reduces its size - up to 70%.

6. Check the Design On Different Devices
Verify how your website looks on different devices and screen resolutions. You can test the design on Tilda in preview mode, using Chrome DevTools, or on real devices where possible.
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