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Your Phones Not the Only Thing Thats Smart R&R Online Design Now Offers Responsive Web Design for Mobile Devices

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State College, PA – May 3, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

Screens are getting smaller as more and more people use their smart phones instead of computers to conduct business, shop and connect with family and friends. As the screen size shrinks, the challenge of providing the clearest resolution and easiest navigation capabilities grows larger. R&R Online Design is meeting this challenge by offering responsive web site design, which allows a website to automatically respond and adapt to the different screen sizes of mobile devices.

It is estimated that half of all American adults regularly access the Internet via their phone. Within each brand of phone, there are several size options, resulting in a wide range of screen sizes. Yet, most web sites are designed for the standard screen dimensions that include 1280 x 1024 pixels for desktop and 320 x 480 pixels for a smartphone. As a Responsive Web Design Company, R&R Online Design knows that having a website that a customer can simply access from their phone is not enough. They offer their customers the technology to create websites that adjust to the various screen sizes, making them as crisp and clear as if viewed on a full-size computer screen.

R&R Online Design creates websites to react and adapt to the way a person uses their device as well. Where mobile-only sites have longer browser loading times, weak SEO performance and limits on the amount of page options a visitor can browse, Responsive Web Design provides smaller file uploads, for faster loading as well as using larger, more legible fonts, simplified navigation, GPS capabilities for use with smartphone maps and larger buttons for more reliable “tapping” and easier contact by phone or email.

To enhance the technology behind responsive web design, R&R Online Design also provides support on how to get the most out of the design. They lead their clients through an analytical process to make sure the site is designed to respond to their expectations. An effective responsive web design takes into consideration the type of visit, type of device and the type of design a customer expects, to create the most positive experience for them from their mobile device.

About R&R Online Design

Ben Reeder and Ken Roth founded R&R Online Design to deliver effective and professional results to those in need of website design services and Internet marketing. In addition to a full menu of design and marketing services, they provide SEO, social media marketing and Internet content development and writing services.

Contact: Ben Reeder
(814) 826-1760 or info@rronlinedesign.com
120 South Sparks Street
State College, PA 16801

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