Switchstance Christmas/New Year Website Offer

18th December 2013

Why not make this year's resolution to draw more business by boosting your online presence with our Sheffield Chamber of Commerce offer? Why is NOW the time to do it? 2013 has seen significant changes in web design hit the mainstream; driven by the changing world of technology and the way in which we interact with the web.

The web's traffic share of mobile devices has grown by a staggering 50% in the last year, meaning a website MUST adapt to multiple devices. The recent strides forward in responsive web design, ensure that modern and attractive websites remain that way, whatever device is used. Responsive design goes much further than meets the eye, with the latest update to Google's search algorithm (known as Hummingbird), rankings are affected by how a site 'responds'. Another current, growing web trend is the Parallax effect, offering an aesthetically pleasing and engaging experience in the age of scrolling websites. Example. Don't just take our word for it, read this Forbes article, which very recently reported on the trends for the coming year. For a heavily discounted start to your online presence, click here to view the offer and get in touch

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