Category Archives: Website Design

What is a Mobile Responsive Website

A mobile website is also referred to as a responsive website design that basically adjusts your website content and frame to what device is viewing it.  From PC, to tablet to smart phone they will be able to easily read and navigate through it without any issues because your website will adjust to their screen.

Unlike most standard websites being viewed on a mobile device is usually difficult to read and navigate around.

The way it works is that if someone goes to your website from their mobile device, it will recognize that it is a mobile device and it will automatically adjust to your mobile website.

When a responsive website design is done correctly, it will have many of the same functionality as your main website including the ability to make purchases.

Mobile websites can also be optimized for the search engines to help increase traffic for your business. If you are considering a new website or redesign your existing one, then please ask us what it will take to also create a responsive website for you.

Something to think about

When was the last time you used the yellow pages?  If you are like most of us, its been a while.  It has been found that 97% of the people search the internet to find the products and services they want, and over 70% do it from their mobile devices.

That is why having a smart, eye appealing easy to navigate responsive (mobile) website is key to the success of your online business.

New Website Launched: Mcintyredds.com

Just launched a new website for Dr. Peter McIntyre out of Colorado Springs. He hired us back a couple months ago to give his website a fresh look as well as to highlight his dental services.

We worked with Hannah Ditto on this project, where we put together the design and she had assisted with adding the content. When you have a chance check it out, it is a very nice website and he offers a lot of great services.

The website can be found at: http://www.mcintyredds.com/.

Does your website make sense?

What I mean by that question is does it make sense when someone comes to your website looking for your services. When they do come to your site you only have seconds to capture them or they will move onto another company that offers the same services that you do.

At a quick glance these are things to think about:

Does it navigate well?

Is it an updated website, or is it several years old?

Does it have good content and images or even a video on the homepage that really explains what you do?

Is your content fresh or do you have the same content all the time?

Do you have enough information on each page for people to find you?

Is your website mobile friendly, or also known as responsive? More and more people are using their mobile devices whether it be a smart phone or tablet to search for your services on the Internet?

Is your website properly optimized for the search engines so that you can be in a good place for people to find you?

These are just a few of the things to think about in regard to your website. Think of your website as a brochure for your products and/or services that you should keep updated for those that are searching for your website. Except that in many cases they can get immediate satisfaction by purchasing your products or services depending on what they are right away.

This is just a tidbit of what we look at when we are discussing a new website design for our clients. Whether it is a redesign or a brand-new site these and many other areas need to be considered.

Just relaunched Castle Pines basement

cpbThis website is for a contractor Mark Gibbons and his wife Julie’s website CastlePinesBasement.com.  Their website was about five years old and it was time to do a redesign. The new website is a word press site that is mobile friendly so it automatically adjusts for any size screen, and we added several more pages that reflects the different services they do.

It also has a full gallery of projects that they have done that includes images of basements, kitchen remodels, bathrooms, wine cellars, etc.

Castle Pines Basement has been in Castle Pines, Colorado since 1989 and do phenomenal work and because of that they get a lot of referrals besides what they get from their website.

Check it out we have a chance: http://castlepinesbasement.com/

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