Over the last few months we have been working hard on an innovative, contemporary and responsive website for MDFX , a business that designs and installs smart home technology. With the exciting and impactful smart technology MDFX design, such as incredible home cinemas, powerful and intelligent lighting systems and stylish sound systems, we wanted to ensure the website created reflected the power and intensity of their work.
It is essential to ensure websites can be accessed easily on every device, including mobiles, tablets and laptops. With MDFX's focus on powerful and stylish technology, we wanted to ensure that the transition from different devices was completely seamless. We hope you'd agree that their site is just as engaging and impressive on every device!
Here at Digity, we are always proud of our website launches. However, our latest project is particularly special.
We designed and donated a website for Binfield Pre-School to allow parents easy access to important information, latest news, school policies, and upcoming events. We complemented their beautiful photographs with fun colours, large text, and an easy to navigate menu. Parents can now stay up to date with everything at the school with just a click.
You can take a look at the live site here . We’d love to hear your feedback!
McVeigh Dental Care in Sunninghill , came to us with one key objective; launching a website to showcase the vast amount of services that are provided from their dental surgery. So we set to work.
Using the blue from the original logo, and sticking to a simple, yet striking theme, our designers created a functional, user-friendly website. It was important to the team that the site focused around usability and easy access of information for patients. This responsive site works seamlessly across all devices. Check it out here and we’d love to know your feedback.
If you are an avid reader of our blog I am sure you’ll know that there are many benefits of responsive website design, from improved SEO to future scalability, so we ensure that all of our new websites are responsive. For e-commerce in particular there is really no question, having a responsive site is key to driving sales.
E-commerce traffic is shifting and Forrester projects that trade sales on smartphones and mobile devices will total $115bn in 2015 and $252bn in the US by 2020. On the other hand, the increasing traffic on mobile devices is not being reflected by the actual sales; almost half of the traffic comes from mobile devices, whereas only 28% of sales come from mobile devices.