June 27th, 2014 by Shawn Kerr
Several InsideOut clients received responsive website upgrades this month. Last month’s article on Responsive Web Design details what Responsive Web Design is, and if it’s right for you, whether you should redesign or simply get a responsive website upgrade of your existing website.
The following clients contacted us to discuss responsive web design options and made the decision to retain their current design and enhance it with a responsive website upgrade.
Recently Launched Responsive Website Upgrades
As Inn Consultants and Brokers since 1993, The B&B Team® has watched internet trends closely, developing keen eyes as to when they follow new trends.
When Google began recommending Responsive Web Design as their preferred method of rendering web pages, they knew it was time to upgrade their WordPress website.
The Club Continental wanted to extend the life of their site. It was 3 years old, but they loved the design and their visitors did too.
After hearing of the benefits of Responsive Web Design, they decided to upgrade, and in the process extended the life of their current WordPress design.
Both of these B&B associations were looking for an elegant way to present their websites on mobile devices without having to reinvent the wheel.
The answer for both was to upgrade their current websites to responsive designs, complete with “sticky” navigation and cutting edge HTML5 and CSS3 code.
Longtime InsideOut clients, the innkeepers at Old Parkdale Inn have always kept stride with the ever changing standards of website design. They were concerned that their website load speed was lagging behind and had heard how HTML5 and CSS3 can speed things up. They chose to have an responsive website upgrade, got their speedy site and much more.
Do You Need a Responsive Website Redesign or Can You Upgrade Your Current Website?
Check out last month’s blog post: Responsive Web Design – Is It Time to Redesign or Upgrade Your Website? and contact us to discuss the best plan for you to keep your website current with this important development and other evolving web standards.