Expert-rated mobile web development Miami professional behind PervasivePersuasion.com, WebReDesignMiami.com and Web3.0DesignMiami.com tops device-agnostic #RWD with device-aware #ReSS in the launch of his latest website WebDesignMiamiFlorida.com.
With the launch of his new website WebDesignMiamiFlorida.com – WebFL.US for short – veteran Miami web designer and mobile app developer Bruce Arnold has raised the bar for responsive web design (#RWD) in South Florida by drawing on server-side enhancement technologies (#ReSS) to produce fluid and flexible desktop, notebook, touchscreen pc, tablet and smartphone presentations that not only respond to screen dimensions but also adapt to device capabilities.
“The Mobile Web has arrived,” Arnold stated. “The Gartner Group predicted that 2013 would be the first year for which more Web traffic would originate from mobile than desktop devices, and they weren’t far off. According to Walker Sands, the mobile share of all Web traffic for Q1 2013 increased 78% over Q1 2012 to almost 24%, and Bluetrain Mobile sees the 50% mark as well within reach by Q1 2014. We predict that the Mobile Commerce share of all eCommerce will grow accordingly, and that the lion’s share of all that new revenue will go to the online marketers whose websites are adaptive as well as responsive.”
The WebFL.US website template is fully responsive to every page request, screen orientation or browser width change detected – with content layout and page presentations adjusted in real time accordingly. At a resolution of 1920 pixels, its four major content blocks fill a large desktop monitor screen from left to right. On a laptop or notebook PC with 1280 resolution, the first three blocks fill the screen with the fourth wrapped beneath. On a landscape-oriented iPad or Android tablet computer with 1024 resolution, the first two blocks fill the screen with the last two wrapped beneath. At resolutions below 970 pixels the header and footer areas are toggled off but still available. On a portrait-oriented tablet with 768 resolution, the first block fills the screen with the last three wrapped beneath. At viewport widths below 768 only the first three content blocks are displayed – below 480 only the first two, and below 240 only the first. And for viewport widths below 200 pixels, all page requests are redirected to a standalone mobile minipage located at m.webdesignmiamiflorida.com.
“Websites designed and developed with our #RWD/#ReSS methodology eliminate the need for separate, redundant mobile websites,” Bruce Arnold explained, “And you don’t have to resort to native mobile app wrappers that can lock you into specific vendor platforms in order to get visibility on the most highly-prized real estate there is in Mobile Web marketing: the mobile device home screen. Your audience doesn’t need to download anything from any app store, and they can easily add your one-touch icon to the homescreen of their Android, Apple or other tablet or smartphone.”
New website for nationwide commercial and hospital laundry supplier of recyclable soiled linen bags and hamper stands combines best features of mobile-friendly device-aware and device-agnostic RWD.
Streamline Solutions LLC opted out of the great web design Miami device-agnostic versus device-aware RWD debate by combining the advantages and avoiding the pratfalls of both in the front-end development of their recently launched Web 3.0-ready website StreamlineSolutionsUsa.com, also accessible as SoiledLinenBags.com.
Streamline Solutions provides hospitals, healthcare facilities and commercial laundries throughout the United States and Canada with soiled linen bags, laundry hamper stands and other medical and hospital laundry supplies. In business since 1999, the first two iterations of their website long enjoyed the high search visibility afforded by semantically-optimized W3C standards-compliant web development. And with the recent launch of their third generation site, they add the broad accessibility potential of a fully responsive web design. According to Ross Sanders, Vice President of Sales and co-owner of Streamline Solutions, “The Web is going mobile and we are responding to that. The new web pages Bruce Arnold designed and developed for us are, in fact, about as ‘responsive’ as you can get. From flip phones to tablets to full-sized desktop monitors, the screen presentation adjusts in real time to optimize the viewer’s experience.”
“Streamline Solutions has a reputation of being one of the most flexible and responsive laundry supply companies in North America,” observed Miami web design veteran Bruce Arnold, “and Web3.0DesignMiami.com and WebReDesignMiami.com worked very hard to develop a design for them that projects those admirable qualities.”
About StreamlineSolutionsUsa.com a.k.a. SoiledLinenBags.com
Streamline Solutions has been providing hospitals, healthcare facilities and other commercial laundries throughout the United States and Canada with recyclable soiled linen bags, laundry hamper stands, disposable plastic waste can liners, cart covers and wraps, infectious waste bags, medical supplies and a wide range of quality, cost-effective product solutions since 1999. Through custom printing, soiled linen and hamper stand, plastic recycling and facility needs analysis programs they create win/win partnerships with a growing base of satisfied customers from coast to coast. To learn more logon to their mobile-friendly and fully-responsive website SoiledLinenBags.com. For questions or quotes call Streamline Solutions at 866-244-7700 or 561-350-4995.
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New manufacturer website shows why major players like Google, eBay, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter and Netflix use device-aware server-side device detection rather than device-agnostic client-side media queries to deliver RWD.
According to Miami web developer Bruce Arnold, “Responsive Web Design” is not achieved by ignoring web client device capabilities but by detecting them and tailoring your presentation accordingly. He cites the recently launched HTML5/CSS3/jQuery website PetersonIndustries.com as a prime example of how “RWD” should perform.
“Peterson Industries asked for a simple website to showcase the shower and closet doors they manufacture and share their product specifications with the architects, contractors and distributors who comprise their market.” Bruce Arnold explained. “The device-aware responsive web design we developed filled that bill by making those specs easily accessible via desktop, notebook, tablet or mobile browser.”
PetersonIndustries.com was designed by WebReDesignMiami.com, developed by Web3.0DesignMiami.com and optimized by PervasivePersuasion.com to provide high visibility coupled with broad accessibility and assure what Wikipedia calls an “optimal viewing experience – easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling – across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).” Every semantically rich and search friendly web page consists of custom handcoded PHP-scripted HTML5 and CSS3 that is validated W3C standards compliant, I18n issue-free and passes seven tests of Semantic Web (Web 3.0) Readiness. This assures not only maximum visibility in search engines but almost universal accessibility across a broad range of PC, Mac, desktop, laptop, notebook, tablet and smartphone browsers – including FireFox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer and Opera.
An integrated and highly accurate device description repository (DDR) – which unlike CSS media queries places no extra load on mobile phone CPUs – is used to detect devices and tailor the presentation of a common content base for the specific dimensions and capabilities of standard web browsers as well as Android, Apple iOS and other smartphone user agents like Opera Mobile. For not-so-smart phones – or roughly 75% of the Mobile Web marketplace – the website sports a W3C mobileOK MiniPage accessible directly via “m.petersonindustries.com” using microbrowsers like Openwave or Obigo.
“Responsiveness like that is not possible relying solely on device-agnostic RWD tools such as media queries, fluid grids and flexible images,” Bruce Arnold advises. “There are a lot more issues to consider and address than all those iframe-based responsive web design checkers check and RWD testers test. That’s why Twitter abandoned their client-side device-agnostic initiative in favor of a server-side device-aware RWD approach. As we said before… iFrames are not iPhones.”
The de facto language of South Florida for decades, “espanglish” is now officially a word. Using it right online, however, requires more than rolling your R’s.
Web design Miami developer Bruce Arnold introduced South Florida to search-friendly W3C HTML/CSS standards-based web design with PervasivePersuasion.com, tablet-friendly HTML5/CSS3 web pages with WebReDesignMiami.com, and mobile-friendly Semantic Web development with Web3.0DesignMiami.com. To this results-oriented web marketing portfolio he now adds multilingual-friendly polyglot markup in general with support for bilingual Spanglish web pages and websites in particular.
Spanglish – or “espanglish” in Spanish – was only recognized as a real word by the Royal Academy of Spanish last month, but this rich mixture of English and Spanish has been the real world language of preference if not necessity for millions of Hispanics and others living in North and South America for several generations. In the United States alone, over 45 million people speak Spanish as a first language and over half of those speak English or Spanglish as well. In areas with a heavy influx of Spanish-speaking immigrants – like South Florida and the states that border Mexico – the Spanglish presence is even more pronounced. In Greater Miami, for example, over two-thirds of the population speak Spanish heavily peppered with English or vice-versa – in other words, Spanglish – and it is not at all unusual to see billboards like the ones advertising “Coors Light: Refreshing partner de Los Marlins” or “23 sabores blended into one extraordinary taste: Dr. Pepper. Inconfundible.”
Linguistic purists may see the proliferation of Spanglish as a problem, but for businesses operating or serving markets in areas like South Florida, Texas, Arizona or California it is an opportunity. And regardless of whether a growing number of Spanglish-speaking people leads to increased demand for Spanglish websites or a growing number of “sitios espanglish” contributes to a larger Spanglish-speaking population, Spanglish web development is another online marketing arena where standards-based web design can assure high visibility and broad accessibility for those searching terms like web designer Miami or web design Miami Beach.
Creating and presenting Spanglish content requires more than colorfully interwoven combinations of bilingual Spanish and English text. As with all multilingual web presentations, key technology considerations include not only UTF-8 encoding, multilingual character sets and nested language attributes on markup elements but also leveraging polyglot markup and following W3C guidelines for internationalization:
As you can see by clicking View Source on many browsers, all web pages are rendered in a markup language like HTML or XML, the standards for which are set by the World Wide Web Consortium or W3C. Polyglot markup refers to web page source that parses and validates as W3C-compliant for both XML and HTML, and adhering to that front-end development discipline broadens accessibility across standard desktop and notebook computer browsers along with iPad and Android tablets and Mobile Web smartphones and iPhones. Then also composing and coding the mixed-language content in conformity with W3C internationalization conventions heightens audience comprehension and appeal as well as search visibility. And as is true for all web marketing initiatives, high visibility coupled with broad accessibility assures optimal traffic, conversion and success potentials.
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A top cleantech lobbying firm leverages Web 3.0 front-end development, HTML5 video and CSS3 styling to project their value proposition across the Mobile Web.
From their offices in Washington DC, the Cleantech government relations firm of Liebman & Associates (L&A) helps U.S. corporations partner with the federal government to fund and develop alternative fuels and clean, green, renewable and sustainable energy technologies. And from their recently launched mobile friendly Web 3.0 website Liebman-Associates.com they’ll be sharing their compelling message with a greatly expanded Internet audience.
Liebman & Associates is a Cleantech lobbyist whose diverse clientele have secured nearly one billion dollars from the federal government since 2009. In June 2012 alone, L&A clients received five competitive awards from the U.S. Department of Energy, including solar and advanced manufacturing technologies. These awards represent about 20 million dollars of public/private investment. L&A’s technical and government teams serve as strategic brokers ensuring that projects including energy efficiency, renewable energy, energy storage, and smart grid technologies are realized. L&A’s founder and president Murray Liebman noted that “Over the past four years the economy has been challenging and funding for RD&D activities has been hard to find, but the federal government is an ideal strategic partner. The government invests billions of dollars annually in Cleantech RD&D, and federal funding reduces project costs by 50% to 80%.”
The home page of Liebman-Associates.com features their signature cleantech energy video transcoded into FLV, OGG and MP4 formats for embedded presentation using Bruce Arnold’s own VA4Most.js™ HTML5 video/audio with flash fallback utility which assures accessibility by Flash-free smartphones and tablet computers such as Android and iPad, newer web browsers that support the HTML5 video tag, and even older browsers that don’t.
For Web-enabled but not-so-smart cellphones – or roughly 75% of the Mobile Web marketplace – the website sports a W3C mobileOK minipage accessible directly via liebman-associates.com/mobi using microbrowsers like OpenWave. Custom jQuery routines provide page load and image hover animations, an integrated DDR (device description repository) is used to manage content presentation for mobile and other user agents, and embedded resources facilitate social media “buzz” creation.
The launch of this mobile friendly Web 3.0 site marks the third time L&A has relied on the web design and development resources and expertise of Bruce Arnold to enhance their web presence and expand their online reach. As clean energy advocate Murray Liebman attested, “Bruce Arnold has been our web developer for several years and has helped our web presence to grow. With this latest update, all of our web page source is W3C validated HTML5 and CSS3 so our web content is almost universally accessible via mobile phones, tablets or standard browsers.”
About Liebman & Associates (Liebman-Associates.com)
For over 15 years Liebman & Associates (L&A) has focused exclusively on cleantech energy lobbying and government relations. L&A has helped enterprises large and small secure about one billion dollars from the federal government supporting clean energy projects and a broad portfolio of green technologies spanning the areas of energy efficiency, renewable energy, alternative fuels and vehicles, electricity reliability and power systems. Dare to ask, “What if…”
About Web3.0DesignMiami.com and WebReDesignMiami.com
Miami web designer and Mobile Web Apps developer Bruce Arnold’s WebReDesignMiami.com (miamiwebdesigner.mobi) and Web3.0DesignMiami.com (webdesignermiami.mobi) form a Semantic Web design and Web 3.0 front-end development boutique that defines success on the Web as high visibility plus broad accessibility. Maximum ROI is assured by a proven proprietary
PervasivePersuasion.com (miamiwebdesign.mobi) methodology that encompasses both search marketing and social media.
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