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Responsive Design

Make Your Site Look Good, Regardless Of Screen Size

Responsive design has become a huge part of the Internet community. One-third of e-commerce sales are now happening on mobile devices, and responsive sites are built to capitalize on this. A responsive site is built on a fluid grid, meaning the widths will be based on percentages instead of on pixels, allowing the website to “scale” with the device it’s being viewed on. ┬áNon-essential items can be removed at smaller screen sizes to reduce clutter and improve the user experience.

  • People check their mobile every 6 minutes.
  • 79% of smart-phones users use their mobile to make purchasing decisions.
  • 73% of business owners use mobile apps daily.
  • 50% of users make purchases on their mobile devices within 1 hour of researching as compared to 1 month on Desktops.

Make sure that your website is responsive so you don’t miss out on online shopping market.

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Mobile Phone

In recent years the mobile phone has become an integral part of all of our lives. With the ability to access data, consumer goods, and services from any point in the globe, there is no wonder the mobile phone has become so vital in accessing and interacting with the online community.

Mobile Outreach

Is your website easily accessible via mobile phones? A recent study showed that mobile users accessing the internet have surpassed that of desktop users meaning more people are getting to websites from their phones and mobile devices than their desktop computer.

Tablet Device

Maximize your customers attention. Mobile media time for tablets has exceeded that of its desktop counterpart. Mobile media time is now significantly higher coming in at 51% compared to desktops at 42% of time spent on websites.

Who Uses Tablets

A lot more customers search for and purchase goods and services from their tablets than you may think. The "add to cart" rate of tablets in 2014 was 8.58% compared to that of desktops coming in at 8.52%.

Laptop Computers

Laptops still share a vital part of the internet market. The average user spends up to 2.4 hours per day accessing the internet via their laptops.

Local Purchases

In a recent study it was found that 61% of laptop users searching for goods and services have made local purchases therefore ending in positive conversion.

Desktop PCs

With the sweeping advent of the mobile device, desktop internet usages have lowered. In order to truly capitalize on the internet market, you need to accomodate the users of all devices, including desktop and mobile.

Market Share

In early 2014 desktop users spent an average of 500,000 minutes per month on the internet. Don't miss out on all portions of the market share by only sticking to one screen size.

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