Your current standard, successful website is made from a blend of beautiful design, clearly written content and a well-thought-out conversion funnel.
All of that is great, but who wants to just be ‘standard,’ when you can be so much more?
To maximize your website’s potential as a customer-conversion machine, you need to create a visitor experience that is highly engaging and speaks directly to your potential customers’ needs.
Conventional desktop-only sites simply won’t cut it anymore. One study from comScore found that 49% of digital media time is spent on mobile devices, with tablets accounting for an additional 12%. With just 39% of time left over for desktop devices, it becomes clear that websites should be built mobile-friendly, tablet-friendly, as well as the common desktop-friendly.
That’s why we employ what is called Responsive Web Design.
Historically, responsive design means stretching and shrinking your site to fit different screen sizes.
However, we take it a step further by tailoring different features for different devices as well.
For example, a Click-to-Call button will appear on a mobile device, but not on a tablet or desktop.
The experience and the needs of a visitor can greatly differ between a mobile and desktop device, and we make sure that our content and designs consistently reflect that.
Creating a website that works across desktop, tablet and mobile, brings so many benefits to your business.
It’s great for being found in Google search on every kind of device, delivers a dynamic user experience to your site visitors, and future-proofs your website as more and more kinds of internet-connected devices hit the market.
To make sure visitors can easily browse your website with just a finger, or thumb. Replace text links with large, easy to tap buttons.
To make sure that links have enough space between them so users do not accidently tap the wrong one. Make it easy for the mobile users to see and access all the pages of the website. Avoid dropdown menus.
Mobile users should be able to read the website without the need to pinch or zoom.
Font size should be a minimum of 16 pixels.
To place important information ; like your address or phone number in an obviuos placement.
Maps and a click-to-call buttons should draw the visitors attention.
Enables your customers to contact you with just the touch of a button.
Ensures that your customers will alwyas be able to find thier way to your door...
Inspire confidence in your business and assure customers you are the right choice...
Customers need to know when you are open. Adding your business hours is important for a mobile site...
Do you have a restaurant? Format your menu perfectly for the small screen...
Perfect for letting your visitors know that you are located in numerous places across the country or world...
As the number of connected devices grows, the length of customer attention spans shorten.
In today’s age of the consumer, your customers expect the information they require within just a few clicks and are now less inclined searching after it.
Dynamic website personalization addresses this by putting the most relevant content front and center for visitors.
Businesses that leverage personalized content on their website average a 19% increase in sales.
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