All of our site designs are made to adapt to the device that is being used to view your site.
The layouts will change as needed so that the message you are delivering to your visitors is not lost to the eye.
With nearly 50% of all web visitors now using mobiles, it is vital your site can reformat your layout and image sizes to best match the device.
As the size of the screen changes, our sites will stack images or blocks of text so that the visitor gets the maximum benefit of your content.
Pictures and text that might appear side by side on a desktop PC, are stacked on mobile and tablet to make them easily to view and read for your visitors.
Every design can be customised to meet your needs. We can start with an already establish layout or format and modify it to your requirement.
We can also start with a blank page and build a layout just for you. Images and backgrounds can be made lighter or darker, stretched or distorted in an almost unimaginable variety of ways.
A web site that has a Responsive Design will adapt to the users environment based on the resolution, screen size, platform and orientation. You can test responsive design on this web site by reducing the width of your browser screen. Make it as narrow as possible and you will sense what the site will look like on a mobile device.
One of the ways a web site will adapt to the device used is to "stack" images and blocks of text so that they appear clearer on a smaller device. For example you might have three images that appear beside one another on a desktop or laptop PC, but when viewed on a Mobile device these will appear stacked on top of each other rather than side by side.
With many designs, displaying a main menu on a mobile device can be problematic. A site that adapts will often display the menu off screen and provide a small icon that the user can tap to display it. Once tapped the menu could appear sliding in from the left or right and provide the user with the same or similar options that would appear in the menu on a full size screen.