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Responsive Design

Q. Responsive or Adaptive Website Design?

A. Responsive. But...what is that ?

Responsive Website Design basically makes a page elastic and fit to the size of the device the page loads on. Most responsive sites just adapt to screen size. What sets us apart from our competition is our sites are responsive but with an extra added in feature exclusive to the platform we build them on. We are able to customize a website to be unique on three different screen types, Desktop/Laptop, Tablet and Mobile. What the viewer sees when visiting one of our sites is dependent upon what device they are using to access it.  We customize each screen type and when the visitor accesses the site on a mobile device the servers show them the mobile version. When they access via a desktop or laptop the server recognizes this and shows the desktop version of the site. The desktop site can look completely different than the mobile site, with easy to click buttons and a condensed version of the main site. This is important because the information someone is seeking from a desktop or tablet site is typically not the same information a person is looking for when using a smartphone.  A mobile visitor is typically looking to either call you or find you.  We make that task as easy as possible for them to accomplish.  

Dynamic Content = Custom User Experience.

Your site will not only adapt to fit the screen it's being viewed on..

Desktop. Tablet. or Mobile.

But... it will be custom built to the screen type for the best possible user experience.

A mobile device visitor sees an entirely different home page than one using a computer, because we build it that way.  Built with the user in mind and what they are most likely trying to accomplish on their visit. 

Custom screens are possible by serving dynamic content to the visitor, but dynamic content serving is more than just a different screen.  Dynamic serving allows for special content, messages or videos to be shown on websites based on the device being used to access the website.  Website content can be served not just based on device type but dependent on many different factors such as: time of day the site is being visited, the location of the visitor, number of times they've visited and more.  Restaurants are having success using this feature to deliver coupons and happy hour messages to their mobile audience, who might be just around the corner when visiting the site.  Connecting with customers on the right device, at the right time is an opportunity to speak directly to a defined audience that in the past was reserved for big companies.

Today, dynamic content serving  is an affordable option, leveling the playing field for small businesses.
Like Having Three Websites! 
On one domain.

The difference

Desktop Site

Flip Kids & Maternity Responsive Web Design
Site responds to screen size. 
Desktop or laptop.

Tablet Site

Flip Kids & Maternity Responsive Web Design
Site doesn't just respond to the screen but is custom made to fit the tablet screen. Elements can appear on the tablet that you can leave off of the mobile or desktop sites.

Mobile Site

Flip Kid's & Maternity Responsive Web Design
Special features like  
big buttons.
"Click To Call"
"Click To Map"
Condensed Navigation.
Hein Lighting & Electric Website Design Examples
A desktop-only website used to cut it,
but not any more! 
We design beautiful, mobile friendly, responsive websites that are readable and look good when viewed from any screen. In today's day and age your website must be designed to look good when viewed from any device type, desktop, tablet or mobile. The most common starting point for internet access today is a smartphone. If a consumer lands on your website and finds that it's not mobile friendly the largest percentage will abandon your website.....that is if they can even find it.  Beginning April 21, 2015 Google stopped indexing unfriendly websites in mobile search!  Mobile search numbers are in telling us mobile is accounting for at least 50% to 60% of all search traffic, if not more....and it's growing exponentially.  Take a look back to Q1 of 2013 when mobile search was a bit over 10% of all search queries.  There's no looking back now.  If you want to compete online you must have a mobile optimized website or a mobile friendly version for people to find you.  

Consumers are not only "Multi-Tasking" but they're using "Multiple Screens" back to back, throughout their day to access the web. To compete online today you must have a mobile optimized or mobile friendly website.  If your site needs to be pinched and swiped when viewed from a mobile device it is not mobile friendly. If this is you, we can help and offer two options, both of which will give you a mobile optimized website.  

Choosing a mobile friendly 
website design. 

There are two ways to go about it:

1.  A mobile optimized version of your existing desktop website.  Mobile visitors are forwarded to a mobile specific site that we build for you "".

2.  A new, custom "Multi-Screen - Responsive Web Design" site built on one URL/Domain "".  No other domain is needed.  

Our multi-screen sites are more than the average responsive website.  We are able to create a custom experience for each device.  What the visitor sees will depend on what device they're using to access your website.  Each screen type can be designed to deliver different information and images.  

Google has said publicly they prefer "Responsive Web Design" vs a mobile specific site. It's easier for them to index a one domain name site.  Most importantly they want ALL sites to be mobile optimized, providing a good experience to those using mobile devices.  If you're happy with your existing website then a mobile only site might be all you'd like to do for now.  If your existing site is older and in need of an update we recommend you start fresh and choose to have a new "Multi-Screen - Responsive Web Design" site created for your business.  
Person Multi-Tasking with mobile & tablet.
Did you know that... 
A Google "Mobile" Search returns different results than a Google "Desktop" Search? Try it & compare.
Which device do consumers use most?
As of February 2017, mobile devices accounted for 49.74 percent of web page views worldwide (source; Statista)
The average person uses a combination of 3 different screens every day and smartphones are being used as a starting point...
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