Mobile Websites

The cool kids have wanted their web small for some time and now the relentless smartphone hype can't be ignored. Narrow is the new wide. But it's not just size that matters. The mobile internet also shrinks attention spans. Bandwidth is smaller but pages need to load quicker. The delicate mouse cursor is replaced with fat thumbs and multi-touch gestures. Every aspect of your user experience needs to be realigned. 

We make mobile and tablet friendy websites. These can be mobile-specific experiences for particular use cases, or responsive websites that look at their best on every device. Try resizing this window right now to something skinny and watch how the page layout adapts to suit your view. Clever stuff.

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In practice

  1. Responsive is never a lick of paint

    Zach

    Any project that starts out as a re-skin becomes a ground-up rebuild when someone pipes up with: “mobile first,” or "responsive design."

  2. Application App for Checkatrade.com

    Zach

    We built an application app (app app?) to replace all the paper forms to help Checkatrade meet their growing demand without compromising what it means to be a member.

  3. Shop the Light Fantastic

    Gabriel

    The Lumie website was a classic ecommerce project: detailed content strategy, careful design, and development work customising an open source platform to fit the back office systems of the client.

  4. Stand Out in Recruitment: Go Mobile

    Andrew

    The Pure mobile site provides the core services of search, apply and check applications for job seekers.

  5. What Makes a Great Mobile Site?

    Gabriel

    57% of users said that they would not recommend a business that had a bad mobile site.

  6. Checkatrade Goes Mobile

    Gabriel

    Consumers might have a burst pipe and need to find a plumber quickly. They might want to get a kitchen fitter booked while they’re on the move. Or they might be dual screening on the sofa – checking the company out on their phones after seeing the TV ad.