Several examples of custom mobile web design, or RWD Responsive Web Design, were added in a March 2015 new project portfolio update.
In addition, links to view live websites were added to each graphic to enhance the experience of site visitors using mobile or touch devices.
The new examples of custom mobile web design include a non-profit site redesign for Lifeline Dog Rescue plus two of my personal websites.
Each design is responsive and detects the screen size of site visitors and adapts content to fit the screen for a positive experience.
Less obvious, are the technical benefits included at no extra charge, and listed at the bottom of the project portfolio page as follows:
- Client Top Logo Links to the Home Page
- Phone Numbers Linked for Touch Devices
- Email Address Cloaked to Avoid Spam
- Automated Weekly Website dBase Backup
- To Page Top Arrow on All Page Footers
- Sites are Content Management Systems
- All are mobile Responsive Web Designs*
- Full Cross Browser Compatible Display
- Bookmark Icons and Links on All Pages
*Note: With a Responsive Web Design you get one design or set of code that adapts to display well on mobile devices and desktop monitors. The drop down menu automatically converts to top navigation buttons when viewed on larger screens. Page content rearranges by screen size or turning from portrait to landscape view, yet text is legible on all devices without having to pinch to zoom.
The two personal websites in the rwd project portfolio update include a blog of stories written about Growin’ Up in Maine in the 1950’s and 1960’s, plus a family genealogy website.
The Maine stories include over 100 childhood experiences that “boomers” relate to. The genealogy site is nearly 1000 pages tracing my paternal line back to the year 1560.
While non-commercial, Lifeline Dog Rescue is an excellent example of a non-profit site, and the two personal sites show attractive examples with 100 to 1000 pages each.
Looking to go mobile? Half your site traffic is likely visiting with a mobile device as we predicted in 2012.
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