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Top 4 TCDG Studios blogs on Web Design for Mobile

Posted by Nour Zikra

Sep 30, 2016 10:31:46 AM

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The process of creating web design for mobile can often be exhausting, especially since this day and age calls for web design that is responsive across all types of devices. Whether a person is using his phone, desktop, tablet, or even a giant screen monitor that takes half the size of his room, it is still essential that he be able to see your website the way it is intended to appear without the images, text, and buttons getting lost or looking out of place. You do not want that individual to leave your site just because he is having a hard time reading what is there, clicking on a link, or finding a tab that should be there. To make the process of web design for mobile easier for you so you can make your website work no matter what it is being viewed on, we have listed our top 4 blogs on the topic below:

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Topics: mobile website

How to Solve Web Problems Using Responsive Web Design

Posted by Nour Zikra

Jul 27, 2016 6:37:29 PM

rwdWith more and more people using smartphones and other mobile devices, it is crucial for every organization to use Responsive Web Design (RWD) for their websites because it allows their sites to be automatically displayed on any system, no matter what the screen size is. In this fast evolving era, more than 20% of Google searches are being performed on a mobile device, and 25% of American Internet users go on the Internet mainly from their mobile devices. So it is important to build responsive websites in order to ensure that these users have a positive experience when they browse the web from all types of devices. After all, there’s a 61% chance Internet users will leave your site if it isn’t appealing or structured well, and this can happen if they’re on your mobile site and the screen size and viewing orientation are irritating them. Here’s how you can solve big website problems by using Responsive Web Design:

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Topics: mobile website

How to Design a Mobile Friendly Website in 10 Steps

Posted by Nour Zikra

Jul 5, 2016 1:50:06 PM

Responsive web designRegardless of the device a visitor uses to access your website, your goal should always be to provide that visitor with a stellar user experience. If a visitor has to repeatedly pinch and zoom and scroll in order to read your website’s microscopic text or to tap on its awkwardly placed links and buttons, there’s a good chance that visitor is going to bounce from your site. And there’s also a good chance that visitor will end up associating his or her poor experience with your brand or business. As a result, it is essential that you have a mobile friendly website that is easy to navigate on any device. So here are 10 tips for creating a user-friendly, search-engine optimized mobile experience:

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Topics: mobile website

10 SEO Mistakes for Responsive Web Design

Posted by Nour Zikra

Apr 1, 2016 7:00:00 PM

Office workWhen redesigning your website, you can't just consider the visual appeal of the site. Although making it look nice can make visitors enjoy the content more, a flashy exterior doesn’t help much if the actual machine fails to function. If people can’t find your website via search, and if they can’t intuitively navigate through your site’s pages and easily understand what information those pages contain, it doesn’t really matter how beautiful it looks.

Not having a responsive web design will confuse visitors, particularly if they are looking at your website from a mobile device. That's why, having a responsive web design is crucial. Here are 10 SEO mistakes to avoid:

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Topics: mobile website, organic seo

Beware of These SEO Mistakes in Responsive Web Design

Posted by Nour Zikra

Feb 19, 2016 1:30:00 PM

Responsive web designRedesigning your website is more than just making it look pretty. Your website is meant to generate leads and bring in more clients. Therefore, a flashy exterior doesn’t help much if the actual machine fails to function.

One of your major goals when you are redesigning your website should be making it easier for people to find you via a search.

Another important goal should be to help people easily navigate through your site's pages (through Responsive Web Design) and understand what information those pages contain. After all, it is those two goals that will help you generate leads.

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Topics: mobile website, organic seo

4 Blogs on the Best Mobile Web Design Trends of 2015

Posted by Nour Zikra

Nov 20, 2015 2:00:00 AM

mobile web designWeb design trends are shaped by what people frequently use and find efficient. Lots of this year’s trends are descendants of older trends that have evolved over time and become better. A key player in web design trends is the convenience of mobile devices. The more people rely on mobile devices to do searches, get information, and shop, the more web design will continue to move toward responsive web design and other mobile developments. As a result, we’re sharing four wonderful blogs on the best mobile web design trends of 2015 to help you design a great website:

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Topics: mobile website

Web Design in Orlando: Making a Mobile-Friendly Website

Posted by jack manhire

Aug 12, 2015 2:00:00 PM

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In this day and age, people use many devices to access the web. As a result, if you want to win the trust of potential customers and leads, then you should work to optimize your website so that it is mobile-friendly. After all, people go on desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets, and even browse the web through smart TVs, smart watches, and so much more, and so it should be your goal to always provide visitors with a stellar user experience. If a visitor has to repeatedly pinch and zoom and scroll in order to read your website’s microscopic text or to tap on its awkwardly placed links and buttons, there’s a good chance that visitor is going to bounce from your site. And there’s also a good chance that visitor will end up associating his or her poor experience with your brand or business. That’s why, if you’re improving your web design Orlando, you should follow the following tips for making a mobile-friendly site:

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Topics: mobile website

Generating Leads w/Mobile Marketing, a Need for Responsive Web Design

Posted by jack manhire

Mar 18, 2015 3:00:00 PM

mobileDevicesMobile marketing is as simple as optimizing your marketing strategies for the people using a mobile device – not the device itself. According to a to a Google report, 90% of online users utilize multiple screens sequentially to accomplish a task over time. This means that an individual could start reading your content on their smartphone, continue on a table, and finish on a laptop

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Topics: internet marketing, mobile website, lead generation

Solving Big Problems by Using Responsive Web Design

Posted by jack manhire

Mar 3, 2015 7:17:00 PM

rwdWith more and more people using smartphones and other mobile devices, it is crucial for every organization to use Responsive Web Design (RWD) for their websites because it allows their sites to be automatically displayed on any system, no matter what the screen size is. In this fast evolving era, more than 20% of Google searches are being performed on a mobile device, and 25% of American Internet users go on the Internet mainly from their mobile devices. So it is important to build responsive websites in order to ensure that these users have a positive experience when they browse the web from all types of devices. After all, there’s a 61% chance Internet users will leave your site if it isn’t appealing or structured well, and this can happen if they’re on your mobile site and the screen size and viewing orientation are irritating them. Here’s how you can solve big website problems by using Responsive Web Design:

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Topics: mobile website

Why We Love Responsive Web Design (And You Should Too!)

Posted by Denise Parkhill

Feb 4, 2015 3:00:00 PM

Responsive web design (RWD) is a setup where the server always sends the same HTML code to all devices and CSS is used to alter the rendering of the page on the device. So what does this mean?

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Almost every organization needs a mobile version of their website. In the past organizations would have two separate versions for their site: a regular version and a mobile version. This was expensive. Besides the search engines considered the two different versions and same pages and lowered the SEO ranking for both versions. This is no longer practical. BlackBerry, iPhone, the iPad, other tablets, Androids, a full range of different viewing size smart phones, netbook, Kindle — and all screen resolutions must be compatible, too. 

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Topics: mobile website