In theory, every website should be mobile-friendly, and by
following web-standards and industry best-practice, they are, to a
certain extent. But to truly make a website work well on a range of
mobile devices you need an adaptive design that changes layout
depending on the size of the mobile device's screen.
We recognise however that not every project has the budget or
timeframe needed for such an undertaking. So we look at what your
website is for, who it's target audience are, and balance the needs
of your users against the budget and time-constraints of the
If there is a particular page or feature of your site that
really should be mobile-friendly, we can look at the nest way of
delivering that feature to your mobile user-base. With dedicated
time in the project for mobile considerations we can add industry
approved tools that detect when a mobile device is in use, and
redirect the user to a dedicated mobile page which is completely
designed and built specifically for mobile use.
Take a look at some of the projects we have completed below
which have dedicated mobile design functionality.
Sail South East, in your home
& on the water
When Sail South East came to us wanting a redesign of their
site, one of their main goals was for their visitors to be able to
view the key parts of their site on a mobile phone, so that their
visitors could locate harbours and marinas whilst out on the
During the design phase we identified the key aspects of the
site that would need to be mobile friendly and implemented measures
to ensure the usability of the site on a range of popular mobile
The map and marinas list was of critical importance, and as you
can see from the screenshot to the left, these areas of the site
work particularly well in handheld format.
Atta - Find a specific member whilst
When we rebuilt Atta's site we had all of the existing site's
traffic statistics and from these we could easily see that the
member's directory was one of the most viewed sections of the site.
We could also see that this part of the site was getting a lot of
mobile traffic already, so we identified this as a key area that
needed to support mobile devices.
We recommended that a dedicated mobile subsite be built, which
used the same underlying data as the main site, but served the
content using an alternative template designed specifically for
mobile browsing. The desktop version of this area of the site is
quite feature rich and gives browsers a number of different viewing
options. This was largely uneccesary for mobile browsers so we were
able to strip out a lot and supply just the relevant data in an
easy to view format.