More than 50% of traffic to most websites is now from mobile devices and that figure is growing all the time.
The reasons are obvious….
- High quality smart phones with fast connection speeds
- High traffic drivers such as Facebook and Twitter apps
- People require information whilst on the move
With this in mind it is important to think equally if not more about the experience your website visitors get whilst on mobile. Today we design all websites with responsiveness in mind. A responsive website adapts to the device being used but retains the identical content and structure at all times. This means you can post, tweet or email a promotion and regardless of the device the user will see that same content, but formatted correctly. Also when your users share content from your website the same applies.
From a search engine perspective Google now ranks responsive website higher as of April 2015.
To make a website responsive either requires a technical review of the website design and coding or a redesign. A redesign is also a opportunity to re think site structure and core message.
At your request FUSIO can quickly carry out a review of your site and supply costings for different options.
Below are some example of recent responsive websites that FUSIO have developed.
Stellar Magazine – www.stellar.ie
Stellar Magazine know their readers are on the go, often picking up on stories while commuting or reading friends recommendations via social media. This was a classic case of mobile first design.
The Bar Council – www.lawlibrary.ie
As with many online directories people need information when they are out and about. The responsive website for The Bar Council allows visitors to search for barristers and get their full contact details.
Swords Express – www.swordsexpress.ie
Swords Express is one the capitals busiest private bus companies. Their responsive website is designed with special tools to easily find when the next bus arrives at their location and provides live mapping information.