Why You Need a Mobile-Friendly Site

28% of web usage happens from a mobile phone. This doesn’t even count all of the tablets and chromebooks that are sold at rates exceeding those of desktops. 53% of adults with a smartphone used it to access the Internet.

This means that if you have a website that wasn’t built to work on a mobile platform, you could be losing 28% of your prospects off the bat. Because people are on the move so much, tablets and smartphones are becoming the web platform of choice. The common web standard is moving towards mobile adaptability and accessibility so most people are becoming used to websites adapting to their devices and fitting perfectly.

Now, this doesn’t mean that you have to design a whole new website (although that might be useful if it’s several years old), you simply need to adapt it to work on newer, smaller screens. You can keep the same content, same color scheme, and even the same basic layout and throw it into a smaller viewport with some small tricks.

Go ahead and give us a shout if you’re interested in a mobile website!

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