A Mobile-first Design Approach for SaaS

Mobile first design approach

Meaning and benefits of a mobile-first design

Is the future of SaaS mobile app-driven?

But, should every SaaS company launch an app?

UI UX best practices for a mobile-first design approach

1. Content-first approach to design

2. Quick sign-up/sign-in

3. Avoidance of disrupting pop-ups

4. Design for thumb convenience

5. Lazy load unimportant videos and pictures

6. Design focused on one-handed use

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