Responsive Mobile Website Design

In the last 3 years desktop Internet usage has fallen from 90% to 60%, while mobile usage has increased to 40%. Following this trend, mobile devices are set to upstage desktop Internet access VERY SOON.

Google now officially recommends Responsive Web Design as their preferred method for building mobile websites, and ranks responsive sites higher. If you have a website or a blog, it is time to consider switching to responsive design instead of maintaining a separate mobile-friendly site. And because Google recommends Responsive Web Design, your Google ranking will go up.

With Responsive Design you can create one CSS-based design and it will automatically adapt itself based on the screen size of the device.

With Responsive Web Design, one major difference is that when your site is viewed on a mobile device, your main navigation bar will reduce to what is commonly called a "Hamburger" menu (usually displayed as three horizontal lines). When the same page is viewed on a desktop browser, your navigation bar will display normally - a bar of links across the top of the page.

Additional benefits include images that resize to fit within the mobile device screen and text that resizes to enhance the user experience.

Because it can be difficult to add responsiveness to an existing site, our suggestion is to create a responsive site first, ensuring the best USER EXPERIENCE on all devices.

Call us to discuss your needs - you won't believe how easy it can be!

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