Build a website that showcases your business on every screen from smartphones and tablets to computers and TVs. Your customers expect a great browsing experience regardless of what device they use.
Learn about the most typical structures for multi-screen websites, with tips on how to create a great user experience and avoid some of the more common mistakes.
In the UK, people are using multiple devices to complete their purchases. Find out how a mobile-friendly website as part of a multi-screen strategy wins customers.
Alpharooms doubles overall conversion rate and increases mobile conversion fourfold with responsive web design.
With windscreen damage occurring unexpectedly, mobile is well suited to car glass repair. Autoglass built a mobile site and launched mobile search ads and saw mobile bookings increase 11%.
Baines & Ernst launched a Responsively Designed Site. On mobile devices, pages per visit have since increased 11% while mobile conversions have grown 51%.
Dixons Retail’s mobile first approach to web design helps drive nearly twice as many product reservations on mobile compared to desktop.
With a new site in beta, Domino’s focus on integrating personalised services across desktop and mobile sites and apps.
Plusnet implemented a multi-screen strategy based on Responsive Design. The new site has resulted in online sales via smartphone and tablet devices growing tenfold year over year.
Rentalcars.com, Feelunique.com, Tesco Bank and Domino’s Pizza share their learnings and success in the multi-channel world.
Responsive Web Design boosts conversions across devices for Tesco Bank.
When The Huffington Post refreshed their mobile site in Summer 2013, they prioritised design, content selection, speed and the social experience.
To ensure users can access information on its wide range of products whenever and wherever suits them best, Towergate Insurance built a new site using Responsive Web Design (RWD).