Web Application Development

Not all websites are simple brochure sites with static pages. Some websites, also known as web applications, are able to do more complex things such as manage user information, connect to external resources, perform back-end operations, manage large data sets, and much more. Web applications are accessed via the web browser on a desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone and function more like a software program than a website. A few examples of the common web application initiatives we see include streamlining business processes, offering online resources to customers, and establishing a new product in a startup market.

Responsive Design

In 2014, mobile queries surpassed desktop/laptop queries on Google. Responsive design is the art of crafting the user interface to function intuitively on all devices regardless of the screen size or user input method. A typical responsive design takes into account large desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones. Its important to differentiate between desktops and laptops that have a mouse and a keyboard or tablets and phones that are touch screen. Responsive design should also take into account the difference in behavior between a desktop and a mobile user. We design responsive.

The technology we use