Don’t have your mobile design flunk, test it using Plunk

An easy way to test clicks on a mobile phone

Designing for an audience can be tough, especially when time spent online is moving heavily to mobile. You need to know whether your created design is going to work for you or not and it is crucial within the design process especially if it is intended for an audience.

You spend enough money trying to turn your dreams into a reality that any help to ensure your design launches flawlessly on a mobile device is critical, the last thing you need is to have your web page or application flunk when launched on a mobile device.

There is a superheroesque app that is free and waiting to save you from disaster. Plunk, allows you to create gratifying tests for touch screen designs. You will be able to view exactly where people are clicking and where they are not so you can adjust to the needs of your intended audience and weed out what people aren’t clicking, freeing up more space for you to design something else.

If you ever look at reviews on apps you will notice the biggest complaint is its functionality. If the user doesn’t like it or you have made changes that are not user friendly, plunk can help you sort it out, swooping in and saving the day.

The creator of Plunk, ZURB has various other free apps that help designers carry out their dream with ease. If you have anything launching on the web you want to make sure that it is mobile friendly since that is where the majority of people will most likely be viewing your design.  So don’t let your mobile design flunk, use Plunk.

Written by Erin Ryan

+Erin Ryan is a writer for various Social Media & Tech blogs and currently works as the Director of Social Media for the Internet Marketing Company, Wikimotive. Erin has a keen understanding of the power of Social Media for business and fervently stays up-to-date. Creator and head editor of Socialeyezer She enjoys finding the latest in social media, tech and geek culture. Erin often expresses her thoughts and opinions on TheErinRyan. Connect through Erin Ryan's Profile .

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