We are dedicated to making the experience of creating a website as enjoyable and stress-free as possible for our clients.
Our experience and expertise allows us to create professional projects quickly and at a fraction of the costs usually attributed to bespoke web development. If you are looking to give an existing website a makeover, or you have a new online project to publish, we can help you find the most suitable web technologies to get the job done, with the least amount of fuss.
As from the 21st April 2015 any non-mobile-friendly pages will be demoted in Google's mobile search results.
The advent of smartphones, tablets and other Internet-enabled devices continues to shape the requirements needed for a successful web presence. The latest example of this is the search giant Google®
notifying users if a website is mobile-friendly in its results and also demoting the webpages which do not render correctly on mobile devices.
You can read Google's initial announcement here and the latest announcement here (links open in new window)
With the percentage of searches now performed on a mobile device exceeding that of desktop searches in some sectors, for a business, having a mobile-friendly website is absolutely vital.
Since the initial announcement by Google in mid November 2014, we have been focusing on developing websites and systems which score 100/100
on Google's user experience tool and score at least 80/100 on its speed test. We also ensure all of our projects pass
their mobile-friendly test. This ensures our clients remain visible as search inevitably evolves to cater for the ever increasing number of smartphone and mobile users.
You can find Google's mobile-friendly test here (opens in new window)
You can find Google's speed and user-experience tool here (opens in new window)
Below are some statistics related to the growth of mobile Internet use:
The number of phone calls to business as a result of mobile search is growing at 42 percent per annum and is predicted to increase to 65 billion in 2016. BIA/Kelsey white paper. source (opens in new window)
According to ComScore, 58.7 percent of smartphone users access search while 73.9 percent of tablet users access search. source (opens in new window)
Ensure your website is mobile-friendly and future-proof your business!