10 Horrible Mobile Websites
Dr Vegas has a decent desktop design. There are different blocks pointing to various areas of the site. However, when you try accessing the site on mobile, you’ll see that there’s no menu at the top.
What’s left is just a set of image links in the center part. Those images point to different games, which is okay, but without any navigation (and with only minimal branding) you kind of feel like you don’t know what site you’re on.
What’s In It For You?
Most of the problems highlighted here are not permanent, and the site owners could easily fix them with some dedication.
If your site is facing similar problems then you should make sure to take action on them as soon as possible.
So, how to check your site’s mobile friendliness? Just fire up your Android or iOS device and go through the most crucial pages on your site. Most likely, it will be your homepage, main landing pages, and main conversion generating pages.