When we strip back a website to it's core for a mobile device, we tend to get lazy when it comes to thinking about how users interact with our websites.
With devices starting to increase in size again, we're now challenged with the placement of our most used features. How do we tackle 'reachability'?
Experimenting with placements of buttons and icons on a mobile device is a risk, I'll admit that. But there are native applications on devices that do it easily. Such apps like Instagram and Twitter - These have always presumed that your hand will be at the bottom of the device, not the side, and that you've got actual fingers and thumbs. Not elongated pointers.