Web Design Dallas TX
In a large metropolitan area like Dallas Texas, the quality of your website can ultimately be the difference between a customer choosing one company over a competitor.
Web Design in Dallas
The importance and value of your online presence cannot be overstated! Having a professional, fast, secure and ascetically pleasing website is vital to maintain brand recognition and credibility.
Do you want more traffic? Well of course you do. The real question is how do you get more traffic? We develop a targeted Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategy, that increases organic traffic and improves rankings.
We design and develop beautiful, mobile-optimized, blazing-fast websites on the best Content Management System (CMS), WordPress.
We take care of all your hosting and website maintenance needs, so you can do what you do best, run your business.
Web Design Audit
So you are either being told by your SEO company that they’re working on it… or you love your website but need it to rank, either way, get in touch and we’ll take care of the rest.
“Hawp Media has done an outstanding job on our website design, making it content-rich without the clutter and yet very user friendly. They were easy to work with and accommodated changes on-the-fly. And with their experience, they were able to quickly move our site up the ranks in Google placement – and impact the bottom line with increased exposure and sales.”
— Steve Szabo
Premier Production Equipment
Premier Production Equipment has over a combined 3 decades in the oil and gas industry. They provide a one call solution approach to the sales and support for custom tanks, facilities, and oil pumping rig sales & parts.Visit Site
Responsive Web Design for Dallas Businesses
Just because mobile devices account for most of the searches nowadays doesn’t mean that desktop can be abandoned, and mobile-only sites such as m-dot sites only frustrate desktop users. To accommodate both, your site should use either a responsive or adaptive layout. While they approach the solution in different ways, the goal of both of these sites is to provide one version of the site for large screens and another version for smaller screens. This is one area where a professional designer can be invaluable because they have the knowledge and experience to tell you which option will be best for you specifically and know how to implement it.
Just because mobile devices account for most searches nowadays, doesn’t mean that desktop can be abandoned, and mobile-only sites such as m-dot sites only frustrate desktop users. To accommodate both, your site should use either a responsive or adaptive layout. While they approach the solution in different ways, the goal of both of these sites is to provide one version of the site for large screens and another version for smaller screens. This is one area where a professional designer can be invaluable because they have the knowledge and experience to tell you which option will be best for you specifically and know how to implement it.
Approach your web design carefully
Your website is often your first impression to potential customers. As many as 97% of customers do online research before choosing a product or company (In a survey asking if they did so at least once in the last year). If you don’t have a site, you could be missing out on a substantial percentage of your market. However, the site needs to be well-designed, load fast, and provide all the information needed to convert users into loyal customers.
Mobile devices have screens that are significantly smaller than laptops. This means that if you use text, images, and videos with only desktop in mind, mobile users can be missing out on crucial information. Most users will leave a site in under a minute if they don’t like something, and one of the worst offenders is having text or images off the screen so the user constantly has to scroll both left-to-right and up-to-down. And if your image or video is too large, the user will have to pinch to zoom out just to watch it; if that’s even an option!
Back in the days of dial-up, 1mb of bandwidth would be lightning fast. But with over a decade to accumulate to fast page load speed, users won’t put up with waiting around anymore. In fact, over half of mobile users will leave a site if it takes more than 3 seconds to load This means that page load speed should be a top priority, and a professional website designer knows this.
Page load speed has become so important to Google, that starting in July 2018 page speed will be a ranking factor in mobile searches. There are dozens of factors that go into loading speed and tracking performance is complicated, especially considering that different users have different devices and access to different internet speeds.
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