If your website can’t tell the difference between a smartphone and a desktop computer, you’re just asking for trouble.
The total number of people using the web on mobile devices is set to surpass desktops by 2015.
When eMedia needed to build its own new website, we wanted to make sure it would work and look as envisioned no matter what type of smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer was being used by our customers. Today’s web users are accessing the web on a vast range of devices -- all with varying capabilities and screen sizes. It is increasingly difficult to produce websites that are visually appealing and usable on all of these devices. But there is a solution: Responsive Web Design.
Responsive Design includes taking a “Mobile First” approach. Very simply stated, this incorporates fluid layouts and flexible images, along with knowing if the visitor is using a cursor or touchscreen. Why bother? The benefits are clear. The easier it is for potential customers to navigate and find what they’re looking for, the higher the conversion rate.
The result is in front of you. Go ahead, check us out, see how it looks, and let us know what you think.