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IDP recently completed a mobile responsive web design project for Worldwide Steel Buildings.  The job was a responsive Kansas City web design project.  A mobile responsive web design project is a web site that is built to automatically size itself for desktop monitors, tablets and phones.  A responsive design allows you to have one web site that works across all computers, tablets and phones instead of having to build separate web sites for each device.  Responsive web site templates will automatically grow and shrink depending on the size of the screen it is loaded on.  As a responsive web site gets smaller, it collapses on itself.  The navigation menu turns into a mobile navigation menu, some content goes away that is too big for the phone or does not work on phones and the web site text and content is sized correctly for a phone without having to zoom in on the text.

This Steel Buildings project included graphic design work, responsive web development work, responsive website template work, home page slideshow development, submit form request a quote development, content migration and page development and search engine optimization.

Check out the new responsive web site at www.worldwidesteelbuildings.com

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Mobile Responsive Web Design Project for Worldwide Steel Buildings was last modified: April 10th, 2019 by Monte Persinger
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