Is Your Site Mobile-Friendly?
"Why can't I see my website on my phone?" We hear that all the time.
Many websites were built in a software language called "Flash" a few years back, which look great on a computer but are practically invisible on mobile devices.
Building websites used to be simple; Everyone had a computer to "surf the Net" and that was it. Times have changed - drastically - in the past few years. Now a rapidly growing number of people are surfing that same Net on their cellphones and tablets. And the research is incredible; showing that visitors try a website and if they're not gratified in less than five seconds, they abort. If they're on their mobile device, then they simply don't have time to deal with slow-loading sites, with tiny menus and text. They want to experience the Internet right away and in a clean, large viewport, where they can easily navigate without putting on reading glasses.
Most websites don't operate properly on mobile devices. They "break" or have to be manipulated - to where the visitor has to use their zoom features or navigate around a clunky menu system. Santa Clarita Website Design fixes this problem by designing our websites to be "responsive." This is a very popular term now for constructing a website that is formatted perfectly for any computer or mobile device your visitor may be using. A "responsive" site means we don't "squish" your website down to fit the phone, we strategically design the site so that it is optimized, no matter what the screen size. The transition is seamless and doesn't require your visitors to "click here for the mobile version".
Our Mobile Device Friendly packages are developed after your main site is complete so that we match the exact feel, texture, format and style of your branding. This package is very affordable and can always be added to your project - even if it's not part of the original scope of work.
Since the world is now mobile, make sure your website goes with them! Talk to our website consultant about the best option for your current site, or the new site you're planning.