✅ Most websites place the Mobile Navigation Menu on the TOP LEFT or TOP RIGHT of the Smartphone screen.
✅ As the Smartphone screen size increases, if the Navigation Menu is positioned on the top of the screen, it will not be reachable when holding your Smartphone with just ONE HAND!
✅ Website designers and developers can identify their OPTIMAL THUMB ZONE area on large screen Smartphone and, implement a Mobile Navigation Menu that exploits a Thumb Friendly Mobile User Experience(UX)!
Follow these instructions to DRAW your Personal THUMB ZONE area on your Smartphone screen
Recommend that you view the instructions on a device other than your Smartphone
✅ Click here to open the www.awwapp.com website on your Smartphone.
✅ Click on the Start drawing Green Button.
✅ Click on ✎ Pencil Button located on the top left side of the screen.
✅ The Drawing Menu will appear on the left side of the screen. Click on the ✏ Pencil symbol that appears halfway down the screen.
✅ Use your RIGHT HAND to COMFORTABLY HOLD your Smartphone with ONE HAND.
✅ Using just your RIGHT THUMB, draw and ARC from the top right hand side of the screen down to bottom section of the screen.
✅ This is your personal Smartphone THUMB ZONE area for you Right Hand.
✅ Now use your LEFT HAND to COMFORTABLY HOLD your Smartphone with ONE HAND.
✅ Using just your LEFT THUMB, draw and ARC from the Bottom of the screen up to the TOP LEFT area of the screen.
✅ The drawing that you are seeing on the screen is your LEFT HAND and RIGHT HAND Personal THUMB ZONE areas.
👍 The overlapping space in the Bottom Middle Section of your Smartphone screen is your OPTIMAL THUMB ZONE AREA! 👍 This is why the Navigation Menu of this website is positioned at the Bottom of the Screen. 👍 The Thumb Zone FriendlyAmbidextrous Mobile Navigation Menu provides OPTIMAL THUMB ZONE ACCESS to both the LEFT and RIGHT hand THUMB FINGERS. 👍 I use the same web page layout and navigation menu that can scale from a small Smartphone screen to a large screen TV without using CSS3 Media Queries and is compatible with web browsers running BOTH CURRENT AND OLDER VERSIONS of Apple, Android an Windows operating systems.
How does a Mobile Navigation Menu with a THUMB ZONE Friendly User Experience (UX) compare to Menus that are positioned on the top of the screen?
👍 Encourage you to explore the User Experience (UX) used in this Mobile Navigation Menu and ask yourself these questions:
❓ On a daily basis, what percentage of time do you hold your Smartphone using just ONE HAND.
❓ How does the User Experience (UX) of this Mobile Navigation Menu compare to other Menus that are positioned on the top of the screen.
❓ Does your THUMB have a COMFORTABLE RANGE OF MOTION when you click on the Navigation Menu Categories and web page links.
❓ Do you beleive that a Mobile Navigation Menu with a Thumb Zone Friendly User Experience (UX) can be a valuable feature to your website.
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