Trying to present a website so it’s viewed best on the users screen is nothing new, I remember putting off optimising websites for 800×600 resolution screens because a small percentage of users still used 640×480, I also put off taking advantage of popular 1024×768 resolution. When internet browsing on mobile phones became commonplace many companies generalised that mobile browsing = small screens and desktop browsing = large screen. These days with so many ways to browse the internet and technology being used in so many different ways it’s impossible to make assumptions based factors as general as maximum available screen resolution or mobile vs desktop. (more…)
As 2012 draws to a close I would like to take the opportunity to wish all of our website visitors, social followers and our customers a very happy New Year.
2012 has been a mixed bag for business; for many the Olympics and Queens Jubilee were great things bringing new business and contracts, for others they have been nothing but a disruption. The 2012 weather has also been harsh, unless you sell wellies and umbrellas!
For us this year we’ve seen an explosion in two main areas, the use of social networking such as Facebook and Pinterest and the use of portable devices including smart-phones and tablets.
In 2013 we plan to help as many businesses take advantage of the portable surfers by creating great responsive websites which can be viewed on devices of all shapes and sizes and through our Facebook services help companies get their brand known on social networks.
So here’s to 2013, may be be a great one for your business.