A well-designed website can fall short if it doesn’t have the right functionality behind it. Websites are no longer limited to computers and if your website isn’t mobile friendly, folks won’t be finding you. Mobile phone, tablets and other hand-held devices have quickly become some of the most common ways that we browse the internet; it is important to ensure that your website is viewable for the ever-increasing amount of mobile visitors. About 20% of all web traffic originates from mobile devices (phones and tablets). And the number will only grow.
However, because mobile users demand different features, simplicity and ease of use, a mobile site shouldn’t be a exact replicas of the full version. I create a version of my clients website specifically for those devices with added scalability, more portability, and enhanced accessibility.
The site I design is usually fully responsive, meaning that it will adapt to various screen sizes in order to display your content in the most readable manner. When viewed on a mobile phone or tablet, the user will no longer need to zoom and scroll around to read the text on the page, making the mobile visitor’s browsing experience much more intuitive. Whether they visit the website on a mobile phone or tablet, or just re-size the browser window, they will see the design adapt to display the content in the most intuitive manner for that size screen.
Have you heard? WunderWebs is in the midst of updating the The Manassas Airport Regional Business Alliance (MARBA) website! The new site, which will debut later this month, has a cleaner, modernized look to it. Check out the link below for a quick look: MARBA
BardicVoice Studio has a new website! WunderWebs is pleased to announce the launch of a new website featuring Mary Dominiak’s work as a voice actor and audio production services provider. Mary is an excellent and versatile voice talent who distinguishes herself as an audio book narrator and subject matter expert for all technical narrations. BardicVoice Studio delivers a variety of audio needs, both non-broadcast and local broadcast-quality, audio books and e-learning projects. Mary’s voice has also served as a vocal ambassador for the Smithsonian’s Accessibility Program. (more…)
GiveaGirlaShoe.com is a New York City based Personal Style Blog by Amanda Politte. According Ms. Politte, who has worked in the accessory industry for almost 5 years, her goal was to create an outlet to share her own style story as well as her life and love for New York.
The new website by WunderWebs offers a clean, modern design, easy-to-navigate functionality, and a content-rich site experience. The ‘Shop the Style’ function enables customers to quickly and easily find and order the actual items modeled on the blog. (more…)
Launched a new website for the 2014 Manassas Airshow. It’s not exactly like child-birth, but it’s damn close. Anyhooo, it’s come a long way from the original design version! Though it is still very much a work in progress. I’ve uploaded all the info I have, and some of it probably needs a “sanity check” to make sure it’s 99.9% accurate. Still in the process of editing and uploading a ton of photos from previous years to the gallery. Some of the rotating background photos may change, but if I waited for it to be absolutely perfect, it would never get launched. The URL? Why it’s http://manassasairshow.com/ of course! (more…)
Aviation enthusiasts in the Mid-Atlantic region interested in attending air shows, fly-ins and other aviation events now have a new tool at their disposal. WunderWebs.com, the premier website, blog design, and marketing community, owned and operated by Sandra Miller-Long, has launched a new, community-driven events listing and calendar based website, http://aviationevent.com. The design features an interactive events calendar for aviation related activities, a community blog, social networking and email sign-ups for newsletters. (more…)