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Our company website was seven years old and ready for a big makeover. Fortunately for us we found Laura Bowly and quickly assigned her the task. She tackled the project with zest from minute one to launch. We couldn't be happier and the results speak for themselves. See cedarcreekrealty.com to review her outstanding work. Our site required constant revisions, creative solutions and quick response. Laura’s patience with the entire process kept us sane and she performed brilliantly. Our launch was a seamless event. Laura is a consummate professional and will get you where you want to go and beyond. And it’s great to know that Laura is available for our business needs into the future. Thank you Laura for service above and beyond our high expectations.

Doug Shinn
Cedar Creek Realty

What is Responsive Design?

More and more clients are asking me about Responsive Design, so I wanted to take a moment to explain what it is and why it may be something you want to consider for your own website.

Responsive websites respond to their environment. The text and images rearrange, resize and stack depending on what size browser you are viewing the website on — a smartphone, a pad, a standard computer monitor — each of these present the content of the website in a different way.

This site I recently launched is a good example of Responsive Design.
The Fantasy Sound site that I recently designed is a good example of Responsive Design. You can check it out at fantasysound.com

A responsive website is built with alternate CSS styling so that it detects the screen size your visitors are using and displays the content in a layout that is easiest for them to read.

The benefit of Responsive Design is that it provides an optimal viewing experience for your visitors — easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing & panning.

If your site does not have responsive design, your website will still function correctly when viewed on a phone or pad device, but it appears as a tiny, scaled down version of your site. Visitors will have to use pinching and swiping to enlarge the content and navigate through.

Not sure if your website is responsive? Use Google’s “Mobile Friendly Test” to find out!

Would you like your site to be responsive? Contact us if you’d like an estimate on making your site responsive!

What is Responsive Design?

More and more clients are asking me about Responsive Design, so I wanted to take a moment to explain what it is and why it may be something you want to consider for your own website.

Responsive websites respond to their environment. The text and images rearrange, resize and stack depending on what size browser you are viewing the website on — a smartphone, a pad, a standard computer monitor — each of these present the content of the website in a different way.

This site I recently launched is a good example of Responsive Design.
The Fantasy Sound site that I recently designed is a good example of Responsive Design. You can check it out at fantasysound.com

A responsive website is built with alternate CSS styling so that it detects the screen size your visitors are using and displays the content in a layout that is easiest for them to read.

The benefit of Responsive Design is that it provides an optimal viewing experience for your visitors — easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing & panning.

If your site does not have responsive design, your website will still function correctly when viewed on a phone or pad device, but it appears as a tiny, scaled down version of your site. Visitors will have to use pinching and swiping to enlarge the content and navigate through.

Not sure if your website is responsive? Use Google’s “Mobile Friendly Test” to find out!

Would you like your site to be responsive? Contact us if you’d like an estimate on making your site responsive!

I just wrapped up another project with Laura. I know her to be a really really outstanding web designer. However, she just finished a gorgeous new brochure for our organization. We are thrilled how well the web site and the brochure solidify our brand. Laura seems like a mind reader - she knew exactly what we wanted, even before we did. She listened to our input and made it so much better. Perhaps more importantly, Laura dealt with our non-profit organization run by a board and many volunteers (who all had opinions and liked to make changes - even while the brochure was headed to the printers) with professional, diplomacy and grace. I look forward to working with Laura any chance I can.

Tricia Slavik
Calaveras Winegrape Alliance