Many successful mobile sites have large “touch targets” for clicking that take into account.

Many successful mobile sites have large “touch targets” for clicking that take into account.

  • location where mobile is being used
  • time of day
  • the lack of precision on a touch screen
  • responsive design based on touch

The correct answer is:

  • the lack of precision on a touch screen

Explanation: Mobile-friendly experiences typically feature very simplified navigation, quick-to-load images, and streamlined text. Many successful mobile sites reduce or eliminate the need for scrolling or typing, and may have large “touch targets” for clicking that take into account the lack of precision on a touch screen.

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