Responsive Website Design

Streamlined User Experience on All Devices

Every website we design is mobile-friendly (meaning that your site will always be viewable and function properly from a mobile device), but the mobile user experience is becoming increasingly important as consumers are spending more time engaging with brands through mobile devices.

Some of the features of our Responsive Website Design include:

  • Loads correctly on mobile device such as: iPhone, Android, iPad, Table, etc.
  • Optimization for easy load time
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The most streamlined approach to offering a cohesive mobile experience is responsive website design. A responsive website adapts its layout (the elements of your site — text, icons and imagery, navigation, etc.) to the size of the device used to access the site. It utilizes a grid-based system and flexible image sizes to shift your content around as needed — no more pinching and pulling your mobile screen to zoom in and navigate around your site!

Responsive website design results in a consistent brand experience across all devices, including mobile. According to Latitude, 61% of people have a better opinion of brands when they offer a good mobile experience. And what happens when site visitors enjoy navigating around your site? They stay on your site longer, they engage with your brand longer, and you have a higher chance of getting them to do business with you.

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Looking to ‘Go Responsive’ with your new website?

Whether you’re interested in a mobile-specific website or a true responsive website design, we’re ready to help you enhance the mobile user experience for your site visitors. Contact us today to speak with one of our mobile marketing professionals to learn how you can start reaching more qualified leads via smart phones and tablets.

Facts on Mobile Adoption & Usage

  • 60% of Internet Access Is Mostly Mobile
  • 90% of adults in the U.S. have a cell phone
  • Of that 90% of cell phone owners, 58% have a smartphone (More than half!)
  • 32% of adults in the U.S. own an e-reader
  • 42% of adults in the U.S. own a tablet computer

Browsing Habits Redefined by Mobile Technology

  • 34% of smartphone users go online mostly using their phones, and not on a desktop, laptop, or other device.
  • People using a desktop computer to search online will increase from 1.4 billion to 1.6 billion users in 2015.
  • People searching online using a smartphone will increase from 800 million to 1.9 billion users in 2015.

How Mobile Technology Changes Human Behavior

  • Smartphone users check their devices 150 times a day.
  • 67% of cell phone owners check their phone for messages, alerts, or calls — even when their phone is not sending an alert.
  • 44% of cell phone owners admitted to sleeping with their phone by their bed because they did not want to miss any calls, text messages, or social media updates while they were sleeping.
  • 29% of cell phone owners have taken to describing their phone as “something they can’t imagine living without.”

Looking to ‘Go Responsive’ with your new website?

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