Today, websites must be designed for four corners rather than a specific platform. Long gone are the days of fixed-width layouts that behave the same way on every screen and device. The concept of responsive web design emerged just a few short years ago. The idea was simple- create a single HTML codebase and make use of CSS3 Media Queries to adapt the layout of the device so it could “respond” to any screen that it was loaded on. The idea has since become the foundation of every website we design for our clients. We create mobile-first experiences and interfaces to ensure our projects are optimized for those with the least amount of screen real-estate.
We design our interfaces for four corners starting with mobile screen sizes.
We use HTML5 and Schema.org microdata to ensure your site offers search engines as much as possible.
Our interfaces focus on real people. Taking a user first approach ensures higher ROI.
Although every application is different, we strive to provide our clients with access to as much in house maintainability as possible.
One of the huge factors that influence user experience inside web and mobile apps is the performance of those interfaces.
We have adopted and are experienced with well established content management systems to allow complete control of your website. We highly recommend WordPress for projects requiring ease of use, extensibility, and maintainability by your internal team. Wordpress is used by more than 74 million sites around the globe and accounts for 18.9% of all websites.
Our team also uses Drupal for many projects where varying permissions and more complexity are needed. Sites like Whitehouse.gov and Twitter's developer sites both trust drupal for its ease of setup and long term flexibility.
Regardless of your favorite CMS platform, our responsive web design company has the experience to help you run your dynamic web platform.
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