Building a Mobile Version of a Publication/Magazine can be a great way to truly make what you have created universally seen from different platforms, Such as PC or a Smart Phone.
But, there are a few things to keep in mind when building a mobile version of your publication:
Working with the Editor
You may have created your mobile version already and thought "This isn't the same as the Desktop version at all!". Due to different compatibility between different devices, it's very difficult to get the exact same look and feel from a publication when viewing it from different platforms. A PC can have a large resolution, meaning it is easy to see everything on a publication. Unfortunately, a Smart Phone has a smaller resolution screen which can make it more difficult to fit information or elements on the screen where you need it the most.
Working with the Mobile Editor
Comparing the desktop and mobile editor, they can seem to work a little differently. With the desktop version, you have as much flexibility as you can imagine, doing what you want and being able to present it with ease.
The mobile editor can depend a lot on importing already made elements from the desktop version or even rebuilding some parts simply due to the fact that it doesn't function or feel the same as the desktop version.
Drag the elements onto the mobile canvas to design the page. A lot of elements need to be resized to fit onto the mobile page. Try to make the mobile version of your page simple and mobile friendly. Don’t try to copy the screen design exactly. In most cases, it’s best practice to put a title and/or image in the top of the page followed by the text. That way people can easily find the most important information directly.
When changing certain settings in the mobile editor, those changes won’t affect the screen version. An orange dot next to the settings indicates the changes you’ve made.
When you’ve dragged a few elements on the canvas you will probably find out the canvas is too short. Go to the page settings and change the height of the page.