Today I’m going to recap some concrete considerations you should make in order to make sure your web design is optimized for use on a touch-based tablet. In March, I wrote an article entitled How the iPad (and Tablets) Are Driving a New Age of Web Design. In that article, I looked at the iPad – a platform I’d been using on a daily basis for about ten months – and how it had changed the considerations of the modern web designer. With the rise in tablets (or, rather, the rise of the iPad), touch inputs are being used much more often when browsing the web. It’s a different story to smartphones, who often have a specialist touch site. In that article, I looked at the concepts of designing for tablets, such as designing for new resolutions. While very similar, this article will cover considerations you should be making for touch driven devices.