West Family Hearing opened their practice in 2017 and approached AudiologyDesign with the goal of establishing an online presence to fuel new patient growth. They wanted to create a professional website that highlighted their unique value proposition and key differentiators to prospective patients. It was important their site incorporated their new logo and branding, as well as captured the family-friendly, local feel of their practice and the Pacific Northwest. AudiologyDesign achieved these goals by designing a website and social media profiles that utilized their new color palette, area-specific photography and creating a site that was content-rich and user-friendly.
Today, Google announced another search algorithm update that favors mobile-friendly websites. According to Google, this will “increase the effect of the [mobile-friendly] ranking signal.” Our records indicate that your website is not up to date for these changes. We encourage you to contact our team to learn how you can take advantage of the mobile-friendly benefits. Read More
As each day passes more people are using their tablets and smart phones to browse the web. As a result of this it has become even more important to ensure that your website works as efficiently as possible across multiple platforms. Responsive design has become a staple in modern design in the last two years and will continue to grow in its popularity and necessity.
With 67 percent of the online community more likely to purchase from a “mobile-friendly” website, it is only a matter of time before mobile Internet usage overtakes desktop search. That being said, any company that relies heavily on SEO would be wise to make this transition sooner rather than later.
You may have heard the words responsive web design (RWD), but you are not alone if you don’t really know what that means. What does it mean to be ‘responsive’? Simply put, Responsive design means laying out and coding a website across multiple devices, i.e. desktop, iPhone, iPad, etc. for design that provides a smooth transition and minimizes resizing, panning, and scrolling.