Web Conversion- iPad, iPhone


Mobile conversion of your website

Designing for mobile devices needs to be simpler than its standard website and more task-based to get the job done because users look for something specific and urgent.

Code Seven takes into account how to use the barest minimum of the available space for your major contents and remain interesting for mobile users. Avoid large images and flash animation, as it will slow down your site.

Remember that functionality is more important than style for mobile websites.

If your website is not coded and design properly, it could look better on one phone, worst on another or worse, not displaying at all. We would test, validate, and check if it’s compatible with all mobile devices.

Simplicity equates to usability.  We will need to strip down and simplify your website with balance between content and navigation. We provide a link for your mobile visitors to switch back to your full website for the user to find and view the other content and features that’s only accessible to the desktop version of the site. Your viewers will surely be doing a lot of vertical scrolling, so help them out with ‘Back To Top’ links so that they can jump to the top of the page.

We’ll get to know your audience and be aware of what they are looking for. We find out how they will want to navigate your site. We position your navigation menu below the content if your targeted mobile users want to see changing content quickly. The content and headline needs to be visible first to not get in the way of viewing the page content. For users who want to navigate on a particular category right away, we place the navigation at the top of the page.

It is hard to input text in mobile versions of web sites. We will replace with radio buttons or list instead so they can opt from what they need with ease. Remember that mobiles users don’t have access to conventional keyboard and mouse.

Get creative and apply your mobile web design in a new way. Code Seven will help you make your content compelling enough and usable. Give your users what they want, when they want it. Users don’t want to dig deeper to the site just to find what they are looking for in the mobile web.