Responsive Web Design
Frontend Website Development
Current Website Audit
Custom Web Forms
17+ Years Of Experience
Professional Design & Logos
A Digital & Creative Partner
Current Website Audit
If you’ve got a website…that’s awesome, but what if you’ve had this website for awhile? I mean, you’ve got a navigation, pages with content (text and images), forms etc…what could be wrong with it? Well, a quick site audit can tell me everything I need to know.
During the audit phase I’ll review your site’s front and back-end, checking for browser compatibility, W3C validation, mobile friendliness or responsiveness, quality of code and structure, depth of content, internal cross-linking as well as all outbound links and media downloads. The next step is to generate a sitemap file that tells me all of the pages that google has indexed so we can review your relevant content and pages and shed any excess (irrelevant content) so your site will run at it’s optimal speed. I’ll check the forms for proper functionality. Does the search button work and return accurate results?
There are many steps involved, but I enjoy it…this is the problem solving phase and it’s exciting. From here we can discuss the positives and negatives of your current site and what you want from the future of your site.
Are You Mobile?
Being mobile friendly is not only important, it’s imperative. All of the sites I design are responsive (mobile friendly), meaning they respond to the screen size which they’re being viewed.
Wikipedia defines responsive website design (mobile friendly) as an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computers, laptop screens, tablets and mobile phones).
Google now ranks mobile-first websites above non-mobile sites. Do you know if your site is mobile friendly? You can check your site with this handy tool. For a much more detailed look, I found this great article discussing the latest SEO trends by Marcus Miller, called SEO in 2017: Mobile optimization as a competitive advantage. I recommend at least reading the headlines to get a sense of what all goes into a successful mobile website.