Mobile first Web Design = Better Customer Interaction

Mobile first Web design for improved customer experience

Why Mobile First?

Mobile first is a process used to design mobile device focused sites. A web designer will plan, design and develop a website that suits users who browse your site on the go. Increasingly we are using mobile devices to research, browse, book, and purchase online.

 

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Desktop & Mobile User Usage

 

 

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Devices and their usage to search the Internet

 

Statistics on user behaviour using various devices shows an ever-increasing move to browsing the web on mobile devices. Mobile phones are the device more and more people are using to search the Internet. We recommend you keep this in mind when you decide to update or create your website. You need a web developer with a mobile first design approach.

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Design Considerations for Websites

 

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Design Considerations for Website Design

 

Your web developer must be aware of these design considerations to create the best website for you.

Save Money and Reach More Customers

In April 2015 Google stated that they were lowering ranking of websites that weren’t mobile ready i.e. websites that weren’t viewable on all users mobile devices.

It is far less expensive to develop a website using the mobile first approach now than trying to convert your site to it later.

Research shows that we are browsing the Internet more and more on our mobile phones. A Business requires a site that is easily viewed and navigated on a smartphone. The point of having a website is to have visitors. By having a mobile first developed site you will reach more customers on the go.

It is all about the user and the experience they have with your business and brand online. Give them a good experience with your site and they will revisit.

Improved User Experience

It is all about improving the user’s experience. After the introduction of smartphones, customers quickly adopted it as their primary online social connection and Internet browsing device. Businesses need to be mobile ready and have their website in front of their customers on their smartphone.

Choose the latest and best user experience for your website

To stay visible and relevant online businesses need to be aware of updates and advances in website design. After all, your website it where most new customers will find you.

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