Marketing experts are now saying we are past the mobile tipping point for internet access. This means more people than ever are using mobile devices to access websites, with the smartphone in particular likely to overtake desktop devices as the go-to means of online access in the near future.

The implications for businesses are huge. If you can’t reach your audience through a mobile device you’re seriously in danger of missing out on vital opportunities to engage a wider audience and grow your customer base.

So what does having good mobile web design involve? Firstly, it’s not a case of simply scaling down the desktop version of your website. Your business may depend on visitors to your site using their mobiles first, so your website design has to be fully functional and responsive when viewed with a mobile device.

The key things are readability and navigation. To reach the greatest number of people your web design has to work when accessed from mobile devices so your web design needs to have a mobile web strategy behind it.

This is where we come in. LV Media is a Stockport-based web design company but we serve clients throughout Greater Manchester and beyond. We understand good mobile web design, and how to get the best for you depending on your particular business’s needs.

We offer a range of pay monthly packages that make our services accessible and affordable. All these options come with mobile responsive design as standard, so you’ll never have to worry about customers visiting your site and not getting the most out of it.

We believe in working with businesses to ensure that their online communication needs are fully met. We’ll get to know you, understand your goals, and come up with an online solution that fits absolutely with your business strategy. From enterprise to ecommerce, and for whatever the device your customers prefer to use, we have the answers.

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