Keep the design for mobile web as simple as possible. Users are be able to surf the mobile web just as they do on their desktop and laptop computers, hundreds of millions of others will still he using smart phones with tiny screens and limited bandwidth and navigation. On the mobile web, minimalism is essential because screen size is small, users may pay for bandwidth by the megabyte, and navigation is likely to be more difficult.
-Streamline the menu system.
-Reduce or eliminate graphics, especially those used in navigation.
-Scale back text and break it over multiple pages.
-Avoid pop-ups, which can be unpredictable on mobile platforms .
-Think small. Mobile phone screen sizes and dimensions vary from 320 x 48 0 down to 128 x 160 pixels.
Use Mobile theme: In your content management system (CMS), use one set of CSSes for your main website and a separate set for your mobile website. Plug-ins are available for most opensource CMSes, including WordPress and Joomla, that can help mobilize your site with a separate mobile theme. These plug-ins can detect when a mobile browser is accessing the site and choose the minimalist CSS to display the site.
Vertical scrolling: Limit page width so that users do not need to scroll horizontally to view content. Users should be able to view everything on a page by scrolling up and down.
Touchscreen navigation: Make options la rger and increase the “clickable” space around them to facilitate touchscreen navigation. This makes the options eas ier to select on non-touchscreen mobile devices, as well.
Maintain consistency with your main website: Design your mobile site with a familiar appearance and navigation so that users of your main website can transition more smoothly between the main and mobile site. Make sure users can access their favorite information and features using recognizable links.