Tag: responsive design

  1. New Harris Doyle Website Provides A Fresh User Experience

    The new  Harris Doyle website — www.HarrisDoyle.com — provides a fresh user experience to new home buyers –from Millennials to Gen X and Boomers.  The site features a mobile friendly, responsive design, as well as a modern design and intuitive navigation for a  seamless user experience. Mitch Levinson, managing partner with mRELEVANCE states, “First impressions really are everything, and your website must give the first impression every time a visitor comes to the site. The new Harris Doyle website gives… Read More

  2. mRELEVANCE Launches New Acceletronics Website

    mRELEVANCE, LLC recently launched a new website – www.Acceletronics.com – for  Acceletronics, Inc., a company specializing in sales and service of linear accelerators and CT scanners.  Featuring a modern look, user-friendly design and responsive web design, the new site makes it easier than ever to find parts and support services for oncology equipment. “The new Acceletronics website improves the user experience for current and future customers,” explained David Stiles, Senior Technical Account Manager for mRELEVANCE. “The site was built using a responsive… Read More

  3. New FrontDoor Communities Website Offers Ease of Use for Visitors

    mRELEVANCE, LLC is pleased to announce it recently launched a brand new website for FrontDoor Communities, a leading Southeast home builder and community developer. Showcasing a modern look with gorgeous use of photography, easy-to-use navigation and a responsive design, the new site allows home buyers to experience FrontDoor Communities in an entirely new way.­­ “The new FrontDoor website allows potential home buyers to access a wealth of information about the builder in a few simple clicks,” said Mitch Levinson, managing… Read More

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  5. Breaking Down Habits of Mobile Users

    If you’re always on the go (and who isn’t these days?), then chances are you’re spending plenty of time on the Internet from your smartphone or tablet. Here’s a look at some of the latest statistics from Adobe Digital Index when it comes to smartphones and tablets: Internet users visit 70 percent more pages on their tablet than their smartphone. Tablet users are behaving more like PC users in the way they browse and engage.

  6. mRELEVANCE Launches New Harris Doyle Homes Website

    mRELEVANCE, LLC announces the launch of the new user-friendly Harris Doyle Homes website at www.harrisdoyle.com. The site offers homebuyers interactive functionality including responsive design and customized mapping capabilities. Mitch Levinson, managing partner with mRELEVANCE states, “Responsive design is a hot, new technical term for how websites are designed today. But it is really a simple concept for the end user; it means they are able to easily browse the site from their smartphone, tablet or personal computer. The site is… Read More

  7. Responsive Design: Backwards Building for a Mobile Era

    Mobile has been the buzzword in the marketing world for the past year, and it’s no wonder, according to MarketingProfs, mobile subscriptions will more than likely pass the world population in 2013. However, the even newer buzzword when it comes to mobile marketing is responsive design, which is the art of designing a website that adapts to whatever size screen it is being displayed on. This means that whether your visitor is viewing your site on their smartphone, tablet, laptop… Read More