More than half of all web browsing now takes place on mobile devices—phones and tablets. One of our clients recently clocked in at 80 percent mobile traffic! But if your website is more than a few years old, it’s probably not optimized for mobile visitors. Consequently, a majority of your visitors are likely struggling to read and navigate your site. (If you aren’t sure about your site, use this tool from Google to check—or just see how it looks on your phone.)
Make your website user-friendly for mobile visitors: eliminate zooming, panning, squinting, and difficulty clicking tiny text links. When implementing a responsive website, here’s our general approach:
- We develop and add mobile-optimization code to your existing web pages.
- When viewed on a computer, your site’s visual appearance remains unchanged.
- When viewed on a phone or tablet, your website maintains current style, colors, and content—but we rearrange and resize site elements, resulting in an easy-to-read, mobile-friendly layout.
- Your search engine ranking improves.
- Single website code base and domain for easy updates and maintenance.
- Your domain and page URLs don’t change (same for both computer and mobile) for ease of use and seamless transition.