When smartphone users hold their devices using ONLY ONE HAND, the "Thumb Zone" is an area on the smartphone screen that your thumb is able to easily reach and interact with a mobile web site navigation menu. This area changes depending on these factors:
The size of your hand.
The size of your Smartphone screen.
Which thumb you use to intertact with a mobile navigation menu.
POSITION your website navigation menu at the bottom of your screen.
CENTER all navigation menu categories and web page links.
USE CSS Viewport Units Height to match the Optimal Thumb Area for your hand and smartphone screen. When you rotate the smartphone from portrait to landscape, the Menu Categories will shift automatically!
OPEN this web page on a large screen Smartphone.
TAP the M E N U at the bottom of the screen.
TAP the About Menu Category.
BOTH your Left and Right Thumbs will be able to interact with all associated links in the About Menu category.
TAP the Contact Menu Category.
BOTH your Left and Right Thumbs will be able to interact with all associated links in the Contact Menu category.
TAP the M E N U at the bottom of the screen to return to the web page.
❓Are you able to use ONLY ONE HAND to interact with your existing Mobile Menu.
Would love to hear your comments, opinions, and thoughts! Raul Gonzalez