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Responsive Website Design Features

Responsive Website Design Features

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Over 50% of all internet activity is on a mobile device and mobile users expect a different and optimized experience when on a mobile device. If you don’t deliver that experience they will go somewhere else. Contact Us For Your Mobile Site Needs Evaluation!


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Mobile Web Design Services



Mobile Website Design

This revolution is one that is affecting all of us! It only continues to gain momentum. The statistics have been slow to get to the general business owner, but the need to have a mobile-specific website is greater than ever. This page will highlight just some of the most important reason to be mobile and do it well.Your company can only survive in this day and age, if you are connected to the mobile consumer.

The mobile revolution represents more than 270 million Americans with a mobile phone and over 310 million mobile devices and 98% of which are capable of seeing your digital marketing piece – your website.

Today’s businesses need mobile-specific websites to even enter the competitive arena. In a digital world where Google is not only a mouse click away – but a finger tap away.

We have included a lot of stats on this page, but the best illustration is the image to the right. Why Mobile? Because its where everyone is!


Mobile Website vs Desktop Sites

Summary: Good mobile user experience requires a different design than what’s needed to satisfy desktop users. Two designs, two sites, and cross-linking to make it all work.There is substantial data to prove why a mobile site is required for mobile users. Suffice it to say that the main benefit for mobile-optimized websites is clear: A vastly superior experience as apposed to being shown the full desktop site.

Mobile devices are not great at delivering the fullest experience that a desktop site is designed to deliver. The need for information and time to find it is different. The screen capabilities between the two are different.

Navigation between the two devices is different. Desktop site are designed for mouse clicks while mobile sites are designed for touch and thumb navigation. For the vast majority of tasks, mobile users will get a vastly better user experience from a well-designed mobile site than from the full site.

The desktop user interface platform differs from the mobile user interface platform in many ways, including interaction techniques, how people read, context of use, and the plain number of things that can be grasped at a glance. This inequality is symmetric: mobile users need a different design than desktop users. But, just as much, desktop users need a different design than mobile users.

The basic ideas are to:
• cut features, to eliminate things that are not core to the mobile use case;
• cut content, to reduce word count and defer secondary information to secondary pages; and
• enlarge interface elements, to accommodate the “fat finger” problem.

The Stats Speak Loud and Clear

– 74% of consumers will wait 5 seconds for a web page to load on their mobile device before abandoning the site
– 57 % of consumers will not recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile site.
– 40 % of consumers will go to a competitor’s site after a bad mobile experience
  • 75% of mobile users use their mobile device for shopping.
  • Over 75% of mobile users respond to mobile-optimized sites when making purchases.
  • 79% of small businesses feel that mobile sites boost customer engagement.
  • 71% of mobile browsers expect web pages to load almost as quickly as or faster than web pages on their desktop computers.
  • 74% of consumers will wait 5 seconds for a web page to load on their mobile device before abandoning the site.


  • 50% of travel or restaurant mobile queries result in a purchase.
  • Nine out of ten mobile phone searches result in a purchase or visit.
  • 95% of mobile users use their devices for local search.
  • Text marketing coupons are 10 times more likely to be shared than magazine and newspaper coupons.
  • 22% of mobile coupons are shared with at least one friend.
  • 95% of text message coupons are opened within the first 5 minutes.
  • 40% of marketers are using mobile coupons.
  • 70% of Americans would like to receive exclusive specials right on their mobile devices.
  • 64% of smartphone owners are now using their mobile devices to shop online.
  • 52% of smartphone users prefer receiving offers on their mobile device.


Let Us be Your Mobile WebSite Designer

You Need a mobile website design company that understands the needs of the mobile user as well as the specifications to make your mobile website the best platform for delivering your mobile message.


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