Because the problem still persists, it is necessary that you start considering that every desktop UI needs to designed for a touch. Consider the following:
Gorilla Arms – Too Much Effort
• For Phones – A Thumb is a Hand
• Tablets: Resting On the Edges
• Hybrids: Thumb Calls the Shot
Touch: A Problem in Responsive Design
Assume every screen your website serves is a touchscreen
If you think of developing a touch screen, you must understand that it is crucial to have the interface which is absolutely user-friendly, in fact finger-friendly. You might even need a completely new desktop language which can help in replacing the cursor friendly desktop to a finger-friendly one.
If we talk about an ideal device which has served the exact purpose of everything mentioned above, Windows 8 is one that has handles things well. It was Windows first effort to try addressing such issues and has succeeded in the same.
However, the race isn’t over yet. Microsoft designers have been trying to collaborate different styles to make the user experience enhanced and even better.
New Navigation Standards for the Desktop
Well, you will need to understand the way of building this new touch-device, although it might take some time.