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Did you know more people browse websites on a mobile phone than a desktop? How is your site seen on a smartphone?

So, what does your website look like on mobile devices?

SALA Festival Mobile WebsiteA mobile website is a simplified design that remains consistent with the branding of your current site, but that is designed to fit within smaller screen sizes, is easier to navigate, and quicker to load.

Features of your site that a mobile user is looking for:

  • Store / office locations
  • Opening hours
  • Phone number
  • Product / Service range

A mobile site is slightly different to a responsive website where the site is usually independant of your main site, a responsive design incorporates your main site as well as other smaller devices.

SALA mobile site case study:

Last year DBG launched the very first mobile website for the South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) – pictured right.

This unique mobile website acts as a way for people wishing to access the Festival ‘on the go’ – they can not only search via artist, venue or medium, but they can also use the intuitive ‘Exhibitions Near Me’ function that taps into the mobile device’s GPS capability to map out exhibitions nearby.

This year, we're taking the mobile site to the next level.

If you're interested in a mobile website for your business, talk to us today on 08 7123 2848 or visit our Contact page and and enquire online.

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Sources: Gartner, 2010; Google Mobile Optimization Webinar, 2011; Cisco, 2011, Howtogomo.com.