Responsive Website Design
Increase conversions with a website optimized for tablets & mobile devices
- Increase Sales & Leads from Mobile Users
- Rank Higher in Mobile Search Results
- App-Like Website Feel & Functionality
- Mobile Optimized Checkout for eCommerce
Responsive website features to maximize all of your visitors
There is a difference between responsive design and a completely separate mobile website. Both can be beneficial at times. Here is the rule of thumb: If you want the same content on your mobile website as on your desktop (or full version) of your website, responsive design is the way to go. If you’re looking for a mobile version that is extremely limited or a stripped down version of your full website, a separate mobile version may be a better option. The advantage to responsive design is that it allows the website to use the same code and same files for all displays, while a true mobile version is a separate code base.
Perform On All Devices
Whether a visitor is on a tablet, phone or their desktop computer, your website will provide an optimal user experience.
Manage One Code Base
All sizes of your website will run from one code base, making it easier to maintain and manage in the future.
Our mobile optimized websites follow Google’s standards and help your website to rank higher and gain more traffic.
Easy Mobile Checkout
A fully optimized mobile checkout give users an app-like feel when they are making their purchase.
Mobile Optimized Speeds
Using the latest technology we’ll optimize images and code to load quickly for mobile users.
A Responsive Website Provides the Best User Experience for Increased Online Revenue
As mobile and tablet traffic continues to grow at a rapid pace, the need to have a site optimized for these devices is a necessity. Whether you have an informational website or an eCommerce website, responsive design allows for your customers to easily view, navigate and ultimately purchase from your business online. With responsive design the need for a separate mobile site and tablet optimized website is eliminated and your website will automatically “adapt” to the device it is being viewed on. This is done by coding the website in a way that it knows where to move certain elements, such as navigation, when the screen gets smaller or larger. You’ll end up with a site that looks great on a mobile device, tablet, desktop computer and everything in between.
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If I updated my desktop website will it also update my mobile and tablet version?
Yes. Managing a responsive website is easy. If changes are made to your main website (desktop), then those changes will also be applied to the tablet and mobile experience.
Is there one code base for the website?
A responsive website uses the same code base across all website versions. The website looks to see how big the screen is and then determines how to display graphics and how to serve functionality, but the code running the website, no matter which version it is showing, is always the same.
Does a responsive website help to improve search rankings?
Google looks to see if a website is mobile friendly and does include this into the algorithm it uses to pick which website show up in the search results. Having a responsive website will help to improve your search engine rankings, especially for people searching on mobile devices.