Mobile Compatible Website Development

  • People are five times more likely to leave a mobile site that isn’t mobile-friendly.
  • Nearly half of all visitors will leave a mobile site if the pages don’t load within 3 seconds.
  • 9 out of 10 people say they use multiple screens for such tasks as booking a flight online or managing their personal finances.
  • Today, more people search of mobile phones than desktop and laptop computers.

How does your site stack up? Contact us for an evaluation.

Future-Proof. We’re not looking back and neither should you. The future awaits your business and we’ll help you to get you up to date and ready for what’s to come. Non-mobile websites now get demoted in Google search. Will you continue to be stuck in the dark ages or are you prepared to spread through the web like fire?

Every website is mobile responsive, meaning it works on iPhones, iPads, and PC’s. Google prefers it that way and gives your site a higher page rank.

Mobile Versions for Smartphone’s using RWD (Responsive Web Design) One Website – Endless Devices.

Your website should also be smart device compatible. We offer Mobile Compatible Website Development. Standard version for desktop viewing and a mobile version for smart phones and tablets or one version to do both. Responsive layout for all devices. With responsive design, your website will look great no matter on what kind of device or screen size it’s being viewed. Whether your visitor accesses your website on a desktop, an iPad or a smartphone, content is always delivered with ultimate focus. Research firm http://www.emarketer.com/ expects U.S. mobile ad spending to grow 77 percent this year to $7.29 billion.

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That’s what responsive design websites does. We know that everything on your site is important information for your customers to see, so having that site accessible on different type devices makes sense. The best part is that one site means less work, less time and less MONEY from you to maintain. That means one marketing campaign, one place to update the copy and images, and one less thing to worry about. We are in the business of making your customers digital experience with your brand as smooth and tasty as possible so that your site can keep the fresh and update, just the way you wanted it to.

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Responsive Web Design (RWD) essentially indicates that a web site is crafted to use and adapt to the layout of the viewing environment, and probably also uses flexible images. As a result, users across a broad range of devices and browsers will have access to a single source of content, laid out so as to be easy to read and navigate with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling.
Responsive Website Design – In the 1990’s, learning to create your own website would involve learning HTML. At that time, HTML was quite the beast to tackle, but today it is much more simplified, but if you really want to reach a wide audience, you will need to employ responsive website design.
Web Platforms Today – Right now, there are plethora of platforms in use, most of which are mobile. For example, many people are employing iPads or Android tablets for their everyday web surfing needs, while others prefer to use mobile phones. The way we access the internet is changing rapidly, and with that being the case, the way we design our websites also needs to change.
Responsive Website Design – By looking at the different mobile devices, it is easy for you to see that different resolutions are being employed. You will essentially need to create alternate version of your website for the following devices:

• iPhone
• Android Phone
• Windows Phone
• Android Tablet
• Windows Tablet
• iPad
• iPod
• Android mp3 Players

This of course is only a basic outline, and as new devices enter the market, you will need to consider your various design options. For example, how will the menus work on a smaller screen? Will all of the websites content be available on the mobile version of the website? It is well known that websites like Facebook provide mobile versions but with scaled back functionality. Will your website fall to the same fate? If you want to have a successful launch, you will need to design several versions of your website, and if you cannot offer certain functionality, make sure you can offer alternatives that accomplish the same thing. Also bear in mind that mobile version of your website will need to be touch friendly. The vast majority of mobile devices no longer use keys to navigate, so your links will need to be easy to touch. This is definitely something to consider when you are creating your website and employing responsive website design.

The Bottom Line – 2013 and beyond is going to be a new era for web design. As people move away from the desktop computer, they migrate toward mobile devices, ensuring that they are always connected. It is important for web designers to adapt and explore different technologies as they become available.

This is a new world, and its time for a new web. Read the seven reasons why mobile web design isn’t just the future, it IS the future. Don’t get left behind. Read up on Understanding Responsive Website Design and why it’s so important now for your business to engage in it.

Will your site need the inclusion of QR Codes? We can handle that too.

We also create iPhone Apps.

A true story between a client and a salesman.

How I convinced my client to get a mobile version of his site up fast. But I needed to tell a story to get the point across.

Here’s what I told him: “Have you ever eaten chicken?” He said yes. I said, “and have you eaten a whole chicken all at once!?” “Well, no,” he said “but what’s the point?” I said, “eating a whole chicken is the same as a mobile phone trying to load your big desktop website…

It’s too slow, too big. Too many graphics. That content is nice, but not necessary for the smaller “appetite” of most smart phones.”

Now my client was nodding. He was getting it. I decided to use a trick an old salesman taught me to close the deal. It’s called the “apples and oranges.”