Developing a website specifically for a mobile device presents unique challenges that do not always apply to desktops.
One of the major obstacles to web design for mobile is the screen size. Not only is a screen on a cellphone a lot smaller there are a variety of sizes to consider. Users interact with the site and the device differently since most recent mobile devices have a touchscreen. This means that the clickable items (links, buttons, etc.) have to be a lot larger because people can’t be as precise with a fingertip as they can be with a mouse.
The internet connection on a mobile device is a lot slower and not always available. There are a number of ways to tackle this problem. A few include having clean and efficient code. This makes the look and feel of the site work, download faster, and appeal more to search engines.
Another way to circumvent slow download time is to have the crucial elements of the site load first. By doing this it is possible for the the user to interact with the site as it finishes loading. People want sites to load faster than the speed of light.