1. Collect information. 2. Process it into a plan. This is the step where we strategically outline tactics, budget, timeline and technology needs for your project. We ask questions, we gather your ideas, learn your business aims, goals and objectives and wrap our minds around precisely what needs to be accomplished.
With the plan formed, design and concept generation take shape. With the objectives ringing in our ears we funnel our ideas and through constant refinement & iteration of our initial sketches (and a few cups of coffee) we're able to hone in upon a single clear solution.
Once the right solution has been pinpointed, it's time to initiate the development plan. All the pieces start coming together through careful use of varying technologies and resources to execute your project.
Once the final touches have been added and we’re sure all development cycles are complete, we rollout your project into a live environment for all the world to see.
Great Photography, a simplified message and a total freshen-up were the order of the day. To make the brand competetive and stand-out in what is a hugely competetive marketplace. The site makes use of resposnive technology, is smart-phone ready and user-friendly to the end.
Nowadays everyone has a smartphone, and put simply, if your website doesn't work on a mobile or is too frustrating to use, your customers will leave & go to a competitor who has a site they CAN view on their phone.
Take a look at the examples below & then watch the short 42 second video to take advantage of the HUGE mobile phone customer base today.
Being mobile-friendly does not just mean that your website can be viewed on mobile devices. A mobile-friendly website should be designed specifically for smaller screens (Mobile phones & Tablets), allowing easy navigation via larger touch-screen buttons, and only display relevant information and content for the users needs.
Mobile websites are the way of the future - mobile web surfing is one of the most popular uses of technology today. According to Webtrends.com, mobile web surfing will surpass Internet surfing by the end of 2013, and the biggest trends in mobile websites are starting to be seen across all mobile sites. Those who don’t follow these trends are not seeing much traffic on their mobile sites, which put simply will hurt their business.
• There are currently 4 billion mobile phones in use globally
• 50% of local searches are carried out on mobile devices
• 86% of mobile Internet users are using their devices whilst watching TV
• A third of Facebook’s 700 million users are using Facebook Mobile
• Half of twitter’s 175 million users are using Twitter Mobile.
Whatever your business, service, size, sector or target audience, not having a mobile friendly site will reduce the number of people who can view your website. Help yourself by helping your customers and get mobile friendly today.
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