Vast majority of  people are using their mobile phones instead of a PC to get online nowadays! Mobile clients demand a good mobile experience. Mobile clients, consumers and employees typically want:

  • Short Load Time
  • Less Clutter
  • Big User Interface
  • Easy Navigation
UltraVista mobile design experts can build your mobile solutions utilizing:

Joomla CMS        Joomla CMS Templates

 

Oracle WebCenter        Oracle WebCenter

 

IBM WebSphere        IBM WebSphere Portal 


Samsung Galaxy Note 2

UltraVista has special built-in alternative gallery optimized for modern mobile devices iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Mobile-based. Everything you make with UltraVista Mobile Framework will look the same on both Desktop and Mobile Devices. Whichever theme clients choose, they still get a stunning image gallery on their mobile devices. While accessing the enterprise intranet or website, or checking business intelligence portal to to make critical decisions – anytime, anywhere, and on any device. UltraVista Mobile Framework delivers real-time visibility into the enterprise data with a secure, immersive mobile experience that features interactive visuals and intuitive search.

 When someone is mobile, they’re expecting an entirely different experience from the one they’ll get on a standard website. UltraVista follows an unique design strategy for the optimization a Website for a mobile user.


Simplifying Responsiveness of Design

The first step in creating a mobile site is determining what content you’ll include. Given the restricted amount of screen space, it’s important to figure out what key pieces of information your visitors will probably be looking for.

Mobile Context

 

 

Planing The Site Layout

Mobile web pages will load slower than traditional web pages, so it’s important to keep the number of pages to a minimum. In addition, users won’t have the patience to click several pages deep on your site. Given that, it’s important to keep the site layout as streamlined as possible. Unlike other template providers, UltraVista does not develop something that looks like a mobile app with heavy menu and animation. We built compact and lightweight version of the template preserving the whole original look-and-feel.  To add additional content the page should expand downwards rather than across, as scrolling down is easier than scrolling across and users generally prefer it.

 Site Layout

 

 

 

 Streamlining Branding Elements Standard and Mobile Site

Even though a mobile site will be much more streamlined than the standard site, UltraVista incorporates the same branding elements on both sides of the equation. This is important for two reasons. A mobile site is a brand touch-point and, like any other property, should reflect and promote the organization brand essence. Also, for users who are already familiar with the company, a similar design will make them feel like they’re visiting an old friend, which is an important consideration not just for the most loyal but for all users.

 Utilizing White Space

When designing any website, it’s a natural tendency to cram in as much information as possible.We fight that urge because we have learnt that not only does white space give a cleaner, more sophisticated appearance, it also ensures that users can easily click the button they’re aiming for.

White Space 

 

Avoiding Flash, Embracing HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript

We never liked Steve Job's decision that Apple products do not support Flash and have declared that they have no intention to do so in the future. Nevertheless, he was right that Flash was a proprietary browser plugin, and something as open as Internet should not depend of proprietary software as subject of potential royalties. On the other side, HTML5 is the new hot name for "web technologies stack", not just a "markup language". It has a programming language (JavaScript), like Flash does; a set of APIs, significantly expanding as part of the efforts commonly labeled as "HTML5", ways to draw graphics (SVG, <canvas>), play audio and video (<audio>, <video>).

HTML5 on iPhone 

Trimming Down the Amount of Text Entries

There are two competing paradigms for mobile text input: pen-based input and keyboard-based input. Whatever a Web designer prefers, inputting information into a mobile device could be a tedious job. When possible, we code drop-down menus, check-lists and pre-populated fields as a means of data entry. This helps minimize the challenges people face when typing text into a mobile device.

 S Note

Designing for Touchscreen Users

The most common difficulty with viewing standard web pages on a smartphone is in selecting, particularly tapping, small text links accurately. Fingers tend to be too thick to hit a small link accurately, and if there are 2 or more links close together then it's easy to accidentally tap the wrong one. Links should be avoided for any important calls to action (it's less of an issue to use them for footer links). Instead, design calls to action that take up more screen space and which can be tapped easily. For example, use thick rows than span the width of the screen or square boxes can both of which can be tapped easily;

 Stylus for Tablet

 

Allowing Switch to the Full Site

The fact of the matter is, even if the mobile site has a paring down of content, there will likely be users who wants standard site information. As such, UltraVista makes sure we include links on multiple pages that allow the user to return to the full version of the site. 

 

Bring Your Own Device Readiness

UltraVista's market survey shows that Samsung Galaxy tablets are making ground against the iPad among people wanting to use their devices for work, with  the iPad retains a strong lead among mobile workers.But Samsung Galaxy now accounts for 16% of owners and 12% of those planning to buy, up from just 6% combined last year.Similarly, Windows 8 tablets have nudged into the picture to account for 3% owned and 14% of plans to buy, while the iPad mini retains a stake with 7% and 18% respectively. Workers are buying their own tablets rather than waiting for their employers to do so: the 79% of devices are personally owned, up from 74% a year ago. So the phenomena is here to stay with the Enterprise.

UltraVista is huge proponent of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) enterprise movement. The advent BYOD programs into the corporate sector is gaining momentum because of the astonishing results that BYOD brings to personal productivity and business performance. Small, medium and large scale enterprises are benefiting from BYOD adoption no matter what vertical industry they are a part of or the scale of mobile devices to be deployed. Freedom to adopt devices of their choice and 24/7 access from anywhere allows users to improve productivity and positively impact business. These consumer devices used for accessing corporate data, e-mails and line-of-business applications can be comprehensively managed with UltraVista’s enterprise-grade mobile device management solution.

 Bring Your Own Device

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