Responsive Web Design

Serving the small business community in Odessa & Midland, TX since 2012.

example of responsive web design in action

The Multi-Screen User Experience

We're a digital agency in Midland and Odessa, TX with a big city mentality and small town manners. This means small businesses in West Texas no longer have to look to the "big city" for professional results. As a matter of fact, our approach to professional website design and development begins with your marketing goals in mind. We don't just hand you a generic website and send you on your way.

From web design and development to ongoing marketing and support, we're with you every step of the way.

Website design has evolved over the past few years. There's no longer a need to create a separate, mobile version of your website. Thanks to the evolution of smartphone's and tablet devices, responsive web design is a grid based layout that responds to the user’s behavior and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation.

Did You Know?

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Not Having a Mobile-Friendly Website Can Help Your Competitors

  • 61% of Users said that if they didn't find what they were looking for right away on a mobile site, they'd quickly move on to another site
  • 79% of People who don't like what they find on one site will go back and search for another site
  • 55% Said a Frustrating Experience on a (mobile) website would hurt the perception of the brand
  • 73% of Consumers access websites on their mobile devices.

Responsive Web Design

Responsive Website Design

Responsive websites use CSS to scale and format content to the screen on which the site’s being viewed. For example, our own website (this website you are browsing) is responsive; if you resize your browser you can see how the different page elements rearrange to better fit your window.

Responsive design usually means serving the same content on a single URL and builds on the idea of 'one web'. For the majority of clients a responsive website is the ideal solution for a multi-device world. However if the requirements of the mobile users are significantly different to those of a desktop users, Adaptive Mobile website design or an App might be more appropriate.

Why Mobile Matters

Why Mobile Matters
  • ONLINE PURCHASES- Back in 2012 iPad owners made the most online purchases (compared to owners of other devices).
  • ONE IN TEN online customers shop on a mobile device.
  • ONE BILLION - Americans bought approximately 1 billion mobile devices in 2013.
  • 53% of Searches globally are now on mobile devices.
  • 25% of American web users are mobile only (they don't own a tablet or computer).
  • LOCAL SEARCHES- 61% of smart-phone users make local searches.
  • NEARLY 1/2- 48% of American adults own a smart-phone (that's almost 1 in 2 people).
  • For more facts check out or digital brochure on Responsive Web Design

Professional Web Design in Five Steps

Five Step Process
  • Step 1: Research
    Your requirements are unique, so we make sure we take time to understand your business: your brand, your products and how and why your customers behave the way they do.
  • Step 2: Design
    We begin the design process with your customer in mind. We put your customers at the center of our design process, which ensures we design a site that delivers against your objectives.
  • Step 3: Development
    During the development stage, we make sure your site is user friendly, functional and engaging. We add SEO (Search Engine Optimization) tags on every page to improve your site's visibility on popular search engines. From desktop to mobile, we develop your site to be cross browser compatible in order to optimize customer engagement and conversion rates.
  • Step 4: Publish
    Next, we add your text and images then send you the final version of your site for review and feedback. Once you've approved your site, we send it through our 10-point quality control process and it goes live for the world to see!
  • Step 5: Evolve
    Professional website design helps your business evolve. We will teach you how to add blogs and pages to your new site so that you are constantly feeding search engines fresh content.

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