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According to a recent USA Today article, tablet shipments are forecasted to outpace PCs by 2015. But what does this mean to you, the small-business owner, and your company website? Well, if your website isn’t mobile or tablet friendly, you could be losing sales and customers from a website that doesn’t work for the end-user.

More people use tablets instead of PCs

Have you tested your website on a mobile phone or tablet? If you have any Flash elements on your website, those are definitely not going to work on a mobile device. Check any videos or navigation links that use Flash and have your web developer change those to a mobile compatible player or drop-down menu.

Tablets with smaller screens are seen grabbing bigger share

We like to stay up-to-date on web trends to make sure we are giving our clients the best service and a website that will last for years to come. To that end, our custom WordPress website designs are developed in a responsive theme meaning your website will detect if the user is viewing it from a mobile device and the site will resize itself to accommodate for that screen resolution. That includes a mobile-friendly navigation menu, content, videos and more.

Test your website out on a mobile device to see how it looks and functions. If your website isn’t mobile or tablet friendly there is a solution. Contact iDesigns Solutions today and we can provide you with a quote on developing a mobile-friendly version of your website.

Amy Findley

Author Amy Findley

As the iDesigns Solutions LLC project manager, Amy is our clients’ point of contact throughout the design and development process. She knows every project inside & out. Amy comes from a Fortune 1,000 company where she worked in the Public Affairs Department supporting community relations and corporate communications for an employee base of 18,000+. She enjoys researching and blogging about trends in search engine optimization and social media and sharing her findings with our clients.

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