Custom Web Design
Tick-tock. You have 5 seconds to keep a new visitor on your website. So how do we do it? Unique, adaptive and effective websites that engage customers and convert leads… But wait, what makes a terrific website, well, terrific? Sure, attractive graphics are nice, but really great websites are designed at the intersection of what your customers are trying to accomplish and what you want them to do.
Responsive Web Development
We take a responsive approach as we build device-independent products. Responsive web design allows us to build sites that provide an optimal viewing experience across a wide range of devices—whether you’re on a smartphone or a 27” monitor. It allows easy reading and navigation without the drudgery of resizing, panning, and scrolling.
A flexible foundation:
Over a third of your customers primarily go online using their smartphones—in fact, mobile and tablet browsing is expected to eclipse desktop-based access. Was your website built with the technology and the design foresight to not only automatically scale content for an extremely wide range of screen sizes but also to dynamically prioritize content and adapt on-page elements according to the size of the device viewing the website?
Why we choose responsive:
It’s a fact that more than 80% of smartphone and tablet owners have used their devices to look up information about a business in the past thirty days. How do you effectively reach your audience and ensure its experience with your website is positive no matter the platform or screen size? We’ve stopped trying to keep up with the endless new resolutions and devices that might possibly access your website. Instead, we build websites that adapt and respond to the user’s behavior and environment based on screen size, platform, and orientation. Responsive design gives us the freedom to build a site that can dynamically change to fit each user and platform.
An Alternative to Responsive:
Occasionally, a client’s needs extend past scaling a site down for mobile use and requires a dedicated application. The end goals for designing apps, whether they’re used by customers or internally, differ greatly from website priorities. Applications are often used daily and require robust, intuitive functionality with a focus on ease of use rather than on funneling users to conversion points. So let’s see if this path is right for you.