A large and still-growing percentage of the visitors to most websites are viewing them using mobile phone or tablet devices rather than traditional desktop or laptop computers. If you want to engage and retain these mobile visitors, you need to accommodate their web browsing preferences via a mobile-friendly responsive website.
Conventional websites can be difficult to use on mobile devices. They may require zooming to make their text visible, their navigation can be difficult to use, and older ones may rely on Flash animations which don't display on most phones and tablets. Separate mobile-specific sites are more usable on a phone, but can be an awkward trade-off on a tablet and too often provide only a subset of the functionality of the full site.
Responsive websites - such as this one - are the contemporary solution to the problem. They're designed to detect the width of the visitor's browser and adjust their presentation dynamically to fit. This allows a single, full-function website to properly serve the growing spectrum of web-enabled devices. We specialize in mobile-friendly, responsive web design and recommend this technique for new web projects.
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