Mobile Responsive Design

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Project Spotlight: Vintage English Teacup Website

By Liz Eisworth | June 20, 2016

We recently had the pleasure of redesigning the website for Vintage English Teacup.

The new website features custom fields for managing Events, Collections & Packages, a mobile responsive web design and more.

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Mobile Responsive Website Redesign: Wildfire Marketing

By Liz Eisworth | January 29, 2016

While happy with the look and feel of the current web design, Wildfire Marketing was ready to undertake a website redesign to be mobile responsive in order to meet the Google standards for mobile-friendliness put in place in 2015.

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Mobile Website Design: LVCounseling

By Liz Eisworth | October 7, 2015

The new Mobile website redesign for LVCounseling is complete and live at

The website features:

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Fischer CM Mobile Responsive Web Design Launch

By Liz Eisworth | June 21, 2015

We are proud to announce the launch of, a Mobile Responsive website redesign.

Fischer Consulting and Management is a full service construction project management, civil engineering and construction company and is a long-time client. This is the second website we have built for them and it features:

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Mobile-Friendly: What Google’s Latest Announcement Means to You

By Liz Eisworth | March 4, 2015

With technology, it seems like change is inevitable and no matter how current we think we are, another change is always just around the corner.

One thing we can always count on (besides taxes) is that Google will change their algorithm!

The days of desktop computer dominance have been over since the middle of  2014, but Google’s latest announcement raises the urgency of the issue. Find out how you may be affected »

Mobile Responsive Websites can be viewed on desktops, laptops, tablets and phones.

Is Your Website Mobile Responsive?

By Liz Eisworth | December 13, 2014

With sales of tablets expected to overtake desktops in 2015 and analysts predicting mobile browsing ruling in 2015, it’s time for businesses to seriously think about a mobile website. Is your site ready for this shift?

Mobile Responsive: If it’s good enough for Google, it’s good enough for us.

Google officially recommends using Mobile Responsive technology to provide a mobile-friendly experience for your users.

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