As the iPhone and iPod Touch continue to gain market share, more and more websites are building versions designed for optimal use with these devices.
Many site owners are already seeing a huge growth in users browsing from tablets, and that upward trend will continue. Is your company’s Website ready for these visitors?
Here’s a computation you’d like to consider – a vast number of analysts and pundits believe that 2011 will be the year of the tablet. And it wouldn’t stop here. In a recent report, Forrester predicted that tablet sales could quadruple from 2010 to 2015 resulting in a vast tablet based web traffic as compared to PCs.
It would be ideal to consider building a tablet-specific version of your site if your technical resources and budget can go for it. One can consider a more apple-like interface, simple elements, subtle animations, finger-swiping navigation. Not only will it be a pleasure to use, but also an experience to appreciate.
A good place to begin could be a look at Facebook, one of first and best sites optimized for the iPhone. Also try a glace below –

Keep the layout simple – Simplicity is an important and critical standard in web design, especially when being used on iPhone or similar devices.

Forget Flash – Standards like HTML5 and JavaScript can accomplish most of what Flash does, working well on Apple devices as well as Android.
Apple like user interface – Google has adapted their existing Web services to the mobile and tablet form factors using HTML5 and JavaScript.
Test your site – Testing is the most simple and appropriate way to check if your website is perfectly compatible with iPhone.

Avion Technology, Inc.
Web design and development

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