This issue attempts to circumvent mobile design with fixed width pages and is best shelved when a responsive design is adopted. Content not sized for viewport – Here the page content does not fit the viewport, and a user has to scroll. This can be fixed with relative rather than fixed widths. Small font size - This is a scaling issue and forces users to pinch the screen to zoom. Touching items too close - This is a common usability issue where it is too difficult to touch a given
item without also touching the neighboring item. Interstitial usage - A full-screen pop-up often represents a poor user experience on a mobile device and is something Google is looking to crack down on in 2017. These are the key technical elements that Google fax number list looks for and reports to webmasters. Optimizing your site to remove these issues can have positive effects on how your site's usability is rated by Google and certainly has positive implications for users.
WiFi network may not be as fast on a mobile data network. 4G has brought great speed improvements, but coverage (at least in the UK) is not something to rely on. There are, however, a series of best practices for improving page speed and once again Google has come to our aid with the PageSpeed insights tool. This allows us to easily assess the loading speed of our pages and get insights into what we can do to improve. Page speed information is now integrated into the Mobile-Friendly test: https://search.google.com/search-