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Mobile Website Design

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions | Mobile Web Development Services

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If you have any questions about our mobile website design or mobile app services, feel free to contact us using the contact information below.

Phone: (800) 842-2473

Email: sales@lordgriffin.net

Mobile Website – Optimized Mobile Website

The emergence of this innovative business technology and brilliance of the internet has put your audience within the reach of their fingertips.  Go Mobile and Extend your Reach with Mobile Marketing. To find out more about Transforming Your Marketing efforts with the Cutting Edge Business Technology of Mobile Marketing and how you can affordably start your Mobile Marketing Camaign, Call 888-404-8282

Lord & Griffin – Business Technology Solutions

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions - Business Technology Solutions

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions is a complete IT solutions company which provides Professional Services to Entrepreneurs, Small Businesses and Organizations. We began as a Web Design, Web Application Development and Internet Marketing company, today we provide a full array of web services including e-commerce solutions, digital marketing, IT Systems and Cloud Services (Hardware & Networking). We offer complete IT solutions with consultancy services for any kind of business or industry.

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions has one goal  and that is to deliver the best and quality solutions to our clients  and become one of the Best, Up and Coming IT solution and service providers in the country. Our Company prides itself for our expertise in: web design and development services including website designing, website development , website application development, search engine optimization, Internet marketing (digital marketing) and web hosting.

Our business model focuses on having long-term strategic relations with our clients by providing a combination of high quality, cost effective and on time delivery of solutions. In each client project, we work beyond the norms of a conventional client relationship by investing more time to understand customer current and future business needs. Lord & Griffin IT Solutions strives to assure the deliver of  high quality and reliable IT solutions at a competitive cost to our clients. After all, “our clients are our TOP priority”!

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions maintains a qualified team of professionals devoted in providing complete IT and Web solutions. We strive to understand your needs as well as we can and to maintain service excellence across all the services provided by us.

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions has been continually investing in maintaining the infrastructure to provide best of work environment to our team members and to serve our customers better.

Solutions Overview

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions offers IT and Web support, Professional IT  and Web Project Management and expert IT and Web advice. We support small and medium-sized businesses throughout the North America, Europe, and Australia.

Lord & Griffin IT Solutions with its strong foundation in technology and large pool of talents in diverse areas spanning across four (4) continents. Some of our services include:

  • Web Based Solution (Web Site Design, Web Application Development, SEO, etc.)
  • Software Solutions (Developing, Implementation, Sales, etc.)
  • Graphics, Design and Printings (Catalog, Pamphlet, Presentations, etc.)
  • Communication System for Corporate and Building (Intercom, EPABX, VOIP, etc.)
  • Digital Marketing (Social Networking, Internet, Email and SMS)
  • IT Hardware and Networking Solutions
  • Project Management Maintenance Contracting.

Technology Partners  – Technologies at Lord & Griffin IT Solutions,  used to serve you are possible through strategic partnerships with Industry Leaders.

Lord  & Griffin IT Solutions – Services – Thank you for considering Lord & Griffin IT Solutions for your IT and Web Services needs. Get more info, Contact Us Today!

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Why You Need A Mobile Website

Why Do You Need A Mobile Website - Responsive Design

Why do you need a mobile website?

Today, with the advancements in mobile technology and the increased availability of Wifi/3G/4G networks, surfing the web using mobile devices has become an normal sight the world over. Whether in North America, Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa or South America, you can easily spot locals catching the latest news, watching cat videos or social networking using smartphones or tablets

For many around the globe, who mostly just want to go online, it’s more economical and practical to buy a smartphone or tablet than to buy a desktop machine. The equation is simple: Mobile devices cost substantially less, and Wifi or 3G/4G networks are readily available for reasonable rates.

Along with this shift in device distribution, the nature of online activity has also evolved. Due to devices’ miniscule screen sizes (between 4 to 5 inches on smartphones) and limited hardware resources (weaker processor chip and graphics card), mobile device owners are more selective with the sites they choose to frequent. Sites that perform nicely on devices and give mobile users the most comfortable experience, benefit from the most traffic. The sites that aren’t are abandoned very quickly by users.

Basically, in order for a site owner to keep their visitors satisfied and coming back for more, their site must perform smoothly on devices and be displayed in an easy-to-view manner.

Here are some findings which might give you something to think about:

According to Compuware (July 2011), 71% of global mobile web users expect websites to load as quickly, almost as quickly, or faster, on their mobile phone compared to the computer they use at home.

Cisco (2012) forecasts that by the end of 2013, the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth, and by 2017 there will be nearly 1.4 mobile devices per capita.

The ITU (February 2010) expects mobile Web access – via laptops and smart mobile devices – to overtake desktop Web within the next five years.

Strategy Analytics (March 2010) estimates that at the end of 2009 almost 530 million users browsed the mobile Web on their handset. This is forecast to rise to over 1 billion by 2015.*

Four out of five US smartphone owners, use phone to help with shopping, according to Google/Ipsos (April 2011). A survey of 5013 US smartphone owners. *

For every shopping activity, including researching products and prices, reviews, promotions and purchasing products, most respondents (61-81%) [US consumers] preferred browser to native app.

Source: Keynote/Adobe (October 2010) *

In order to stand out and be competitive in this newly emerging reality you’d need to be able to reach out to the millions of mobile users out there, many of whom are not in the possession of a PC and can only access the web from their mobile devices. You can do so, by creating an optimized-for-mobile site for your business or organization.

 

Additional Resources  – Responsive Web Design aka Adaptive Web design

Responsive Web Design aka Adaptive Web Design #ResponsiveDesign #WebDesign

Responsive Web Design

 

Essentially the term was used in Responsive Web Design, an article by Ethan Marcotte on A List Apart. In general, the article proposed addressing the ever-changing landscape of devices, browsers, screen sizes and orientations by creating flexible, fluid and adaptive Web sites. Instead of responding to today’s needs for a desktop Web version adapted to the most common screen resolution, along with a particular mobile version (often specific to a single mobile device), the idea is to approach the issue the other way around: use flexible and fluid layouts that adapt to almost any screen.

Responsive websites are those crafted to use W3C CSS3 media queries with fluid grids and commonly also fluid images, to adapt the layout to the viewing environment. The idea of responsive web design is to make websites that fit multiple screen sizes. For the designer and developer that means they only have to work on one version of the website instead of designing one for desktop computers and another for mobile devices. Fluid grids, flexible images, and media queries are the three technical ingredients for responsive web design, but it also requires a different way of thinking.

Core Concepts
Three key technical features are the heart of responsive Web design:

  1. Media queries and media query listeners.
  2. A flexible grid-based layout that uses relative sizing.
  3. Flexible images and media, through dynamic resizing or CSS

Truly responsive Web design requires all three features to be implemented.

The key point is adapting to the user’s needs and device capabilities. Suppose a mobile user will be viewing your site on a small screen. Taking the user’s needs into account doesn’t just mean adapting your content to the screen size. It also means thinking about what that mobile user will require first when visiting your site and then laying out the content accordingly. Maybe you’ll present the information in a different order. Don’t assume the user won’t need access to all the site information because she’s on a mobile device. You might need to change the fonts or interaction areas to respond better to a touch environment. All these factors influence responsive Web design.

While mobile devices are changing the display landscape, with the appearance of more and more small screens, don’t forget what’s happening at the other end of the spectrum. Displays are also getting larger and with higher resolution. Having to serve both segments shouldn’t stop designers from being innovative on either.

Responsive Web Design or Adaptive Design has evolved from being a strong trend to become a reality of the web today. In a world that has been conquered by mobile devices over the past two decades, no one now understands a website that cannot be viewed on different screen resolutions, or at the very least the minimum provided on smartphones and tablets. The latest surveys on internet use in many countries no longer make a point of discussing the use of these portable devices because they are a reality: connections to the internet from these devices has grown exponentially over recent years.

If you have not updated we recommend you do. If you do not know this web design technique already we recommend you study, research and learn about it. Make sure your website displays correctly with mobile devices. Use a responsive website design that adapts to any device, create a separate mobile site, or use mobile web development tools to optimize your current site. Contact Us Today For FREE Consultation 888-404-8282 or email contact@lordgriffin.net

 

Responsive Web Design

 

Learn More About Responsive Web Design / Adaptive Web Design

Responsive Web Design

10 Great Examples of Adaptive Websites

Awwwards – BEST WEBSITES EXAMPLES OF DESIGNS WITH RESPONSIVE DESIGN

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