Tablets like the Apple iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab have cemented their places in the market since their release a few years ago. Some business owners may even be managing their operations on the go using a tablet or phablet. However, tablets or phablets stand in a middle ground as far as web design and associated functionality are concerned. A skilled Perth web designer will help figure out that conundrum.
Some web design experts recommend turning off the Autocorrect and AutoCapitalize functions in websites. Doing so ease the woes of users who may be frustrated with the functions mangling their train of thought while typing in a field in a feedback form. Ask your web designer to fix the typing fields to help mobile users include punctuation marks and numbers in their texts.
Tablets, or even smartphones with big screens for their size, do not have the luxury of a full monitor to spread out your content’s text, therefore optimising the mobile site’s readability. In this respect, increase the font size to around the mid-teens; a size-16 may be viable for the title. You will also need to expand the dimensions of the touch buttons to give users with bigger fingers ample margin to click the right links.