When smartphones and tablets first came on the scene, their market share was tiny. Back then most people still checked their email, surfed the web and connected with social media via their desktop and laptop computers. That has certainly changed, and a substantial percentage of people now use their mobile devices for everything from web surfing and office work to checking email.
The growing use of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices has made responsive web design more important than ever before. Responsive web design looks at the nature of the device and adjusts the display accordingly. If you are not currently using responsive web design, you could be missing out on a substantial part of the modern market. These tips can help you make your website more responsive across a wide universe of devices.
How as a client you can contribute to the web design process.
You’ve found a great web developer, but you want to be involved in the design process. It’s your business, and your brand, so you have a lot riding on this! What can you do to help the designer capture what your business is all about? By doing a little self-reflection, you can contribute greatly to your web design.
Transitioning from Traditional Web Design to the Optimal Multi-Device Experience
What an experience!
The ambience...entrancing, enchanting
The service….consistently excellent and sensitive to the guests’ needs
Efficient and flexible service
A high quality website is invaluable in today’s society, make sure yours is gaining traction from your target audience.
Everyone knows the importance of having a high quality website in today’s world. If you want to connect with your customers, a strong web presence is the perfect way to do it. However, sometimes the site you are running isn’t really designed for your target market, and that could be hampering you quite a bit.
Make sure your website isn’t stuck in the Stone Age.
The Internet is a great place individuals and companies use to express themselves, market and grow. However, many sites on the web seem overcrowded with some old and tired trends that really hamper the experience. Small businesses are often guilty of many of these egregious sins, and it’s time that we finally put them out to pasture. Let’s look at some of the biggest trends that need to go away.