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Considering mobile in your design (BP)
In your Visual Design consultations, you'll be advised on how a page in your digital workplace will respond when moving from a desktop view to a mobile/responsive view. If your users are going to be heavily reliant on mobile adoption of the platform, you'll need to keep that in mind when laying out the widgets on each page. This relieves potential frustration after page builds have taken place and ensures core communications are being surfaced to the top in mobile/responsive view.
We advise keeping feature content in the center (1), secondary on the right (2) and least important on the left (3).
Another point to consider is that some widgets do not have the best user experience on the responsive view, such as vertical tabs, tables, and often HTML widgets.
Educate builders on the mobile stack order before they get deep in the weeds of building pages. This ensures the user won't miss crucial information on a page due to widget placement on the left side. You should also make sure that the builder/administrator of a certain page knows of these certain caveats with some of the widgets before using them on a page they know will have heavy mobile/responsive traffic.
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