flomar_flat_screenIf you browse through computer sections of today’s retailers, or poke around through online shops you will notice a growing number of desktops with touchscreens. Of course phones and notepads use touchscreens as their sole user interface. And the current crop of operating systems reflect this (e.g.: Windows 8). So it is a good idea to evaluate how our websites fare in such environments.

Are the buttons and menus large enough to be clicked even on smaller screens such as notepads or mobile devices?

If there are ‘fancy’ interface elements do they perform when accessed through a touch screen?

Is the site easily navigated on a touch or small screen?


If not it may be time to give your website an upgrade!


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