Responsive Website Design Services

By utilizing responsive web design, you can create one single website that will function properly across the board for all internet devices. From the desktop, to a laptop, to a tablet, to a handheld smartphone, you’ll be able to access your information in the best possible light. If you want to have a user-friendly website, you need to focus on several different things while putting it together. When you first get started, you should choose a layout and create designs that will set your website apart from plenty of others. It is important to make sure that people who visit your website can navigate through everything that you have posted without getting confused or frustrated because they cannot find something. If everything is organized, your visitors will appreciate it, and they will most likely continue to come to your site. 

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Mobil devices have change the way websites are done

With the advancement of digital technology, many more people are now using smartphones and tablets to search the web. Unfortunately, many websites are not designed to be viewed on mobile devices. This lack of flexibility has caused a great deal of frustration from consumers and developers. Responsive websites auto adjust to the size of the device in use. If your website isn’t doing this, you need to a call us.

What is Responsive Design?

There are more tablets and smartphones being used than PCs. Make sure you are building a website that works on everything.

How important is a website?

In this day-and-age if you don't have a website your are simply not in business. The first thing any serious prospect will do is search for your domain.

What is the use?

Responsive Web design is the approach that suggests that design and development should respond to the user's behavior and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation.

Tablets & Smartphones have changed everything

Nowadays there are more tablets and smartphones being used than PCs. You have to make sure that you are building a website that works on everything from a PC to a phone. Developers are challenged by this because they have to make what works on various screens. It’s no wonder why responsive web design is is what people think of when they are talking about web design. Users expect the best experience possible. Each page that you create for your website should have its own topic. On each page, you can place plenty of content that relates to that specific topic, such as images, blog posts, and descriptions. You should have a purpose for each page. For example, you may want someone to buy the merchandise that you have listed on one page, but you may also want to get them to subscribe to your newsletter on a separate page after they are done reading posts that you have written. When you have a purpose for each page, it is also known as a call to action. There is always a reason for every item that you post on your website, whether you are adding engaging posts to get people to subscribe to your newsletter, or if you are listing stunning photographs of your merchandise to make sales.

A 7-Phase Web Design Process

Why do we use this 7-phase web design process? We have learned from experience that following the process makes sure we get it done right the first time. We ask you the right questions up-front, so we can build the site you want.

1. Gather content

This is our information gathering phase. We ask you in-depth questions about your website’s purpose and about your target audience. We want to know what your goals are, and who your customers are.

2. Create a sitemap

We start getting into the planning phase for your site at this stage. We will talk about all the pages you want to include and design a site map to help all of us stay on track.

3. Wire-frame design

Let’s get visual. We create a wire-frame design to show you some concepts for your website. This is the phase where we dig into site usability, too. We want to make sure the site is designed for the best possible user experience and is easy to navigate.

4. Optimizing content

It is all about the content. The previous phases were in preparation to give your content the most impact possible. In this phase, we work on the writing, photographs, and videos to use on your website. We make sure all of the content is optimized for search engines, but more importantly, we make sure it is optimized for your visitors. We want them to take the actions you want.

5. Theme design

Here’s where we would start to bore you. In this step, we take everything from the first 4 phases and start coding. We create the WordPress theme, and the databases necessary to make sure your website is fast, functional and easy to use.

6. Mobile ready

Time to get mobile. We did not ignore phones and tablets in our previous steps, but we need to make sure your site is 100% mobile perfect. It needs to be fast on phones and easy to use. We will test your website on a variety of mobile devices to make sure the menus perform flawlessly, that pages load fast and that everything is easy to read. We even make sure your visitors only have to click your phone number to call you.

7. Testing & Training

Testing and Training. We are not going to turn your site loose on the world until we know it works flawlessly. While we can never guarantee we won’t miss a mistake, we try to catch them all before turning it over to you. We make sure you know how your website works, too. Did we include a blog for you? Then we make sure you know how to post on it. Does it include a shopping cart and inventory system? We will make sure you know how to add and remove products, change prices and do all of your daily tasks.

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Port St. Lucie Airport
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