Designs that Adapt to Any Screen Size

Keep phone and tablet visitors on your site longer, improve site sales, and increase visitor engagement. Here’s how:

No More Pinching and Zooming

Pinching and zooming to see content on a site without a responsive layer is frustrating and causes visitors to leave. Our mobile layers solve this problem.

Engage with Your Visitors

Mobile layers dramatically improve the website experience for visitors, which results in more opportunities for your visitors to engage with your business.

Boost Your Analytics

Websites with mobile layers consistently see longer site visits, more page views, and fewer abandoned forms and carts.

Easy to Manage

Our responsive designs adapt a single set of content to a variety of layouts for different devices. This means you manage the content in one single location and don’t have to keep separate sites or pages for mobile.

What our customers are saying...

The team at Computer Courage made a real effort to understand our business and what makes us unique. It was a pleasure to talk to them about what we wanted in our website because they seemed so interested in the process. Their market research confirmed a lot of things we already thought we knew, but also drew out new insights and articulated them in helpful ways. Overall, the creative process was a lot of fun.

Michael O'Donnell Executive Director, Master of Translational Medicine Program UC Berkeley / UCSF

Computer Courage designed and developed a makeover of our company website.  We are very pleased with the results.  The staff are super professional, responsive, and skilled.  A special thank you to Kyla Garrow & Mindy Lue.  We have a complex business with many hurdles to jump to present content efficiently and completely.  Kyla managed our project every step of the way, and Mindy “The Genius” made it all work so well.  And, CC quoted with care, and actually came out under their initial estimate for the job. Thank you to Computer Courage.  If you need a new or updated website, you should give them a call.

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Beth Green Assay Technology

You and your team turned this vague vision into an incredible reality, and it has truly been an honor to work with you. The reaction from the extended L4LM team, community, etc. has been so overwhelmingly positive just within this first hour.

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Dave Melamed Editor-in-Chief, Live for Live Music

The best thing about working with Computer Courage is that everyone made sure to understand exactly what I wanted for my website.

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Julio Hallivis Cinema Thread

Free Mobile Design Assessment

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Responsive Sites Get Results

Lower Bounce Rate

A “bounce rate” is the percentage of sessions in which the person left your site from the entrance page without interacting with the page. Sites with mobile designs see a lower bounce rate than those without.

More Pages Visit

Sites with mobile designs see a higher number of pages viewed per visit after the mobile design than before.

More time on each page

Mobile visitors actually read content when it’s presented to them in an easy to view format and they don’t have to pinch, zoom, pan, and squint to keep reading.

More Inquiries

Mobile visitors respond well to inquiry forms that are easy for them to enter data into, sized for their screen, and fast to load.

Upgrade to Responsive

Speak with our web design experts about adding a mobile layer to your WordPress website.

Who is Viewing My Website on a Mobile Phone?

Google Searchers

Over 20 percent of Google searches are now performed on some sort of mobile device.

Local Customers

In 2012 over half of all local searches were done on a mobile device.

A Quarter of the Web

25 percent of Internet users only access the internet via a mobile device in the US.

People Checking their Email

25.85 percent of all emails are opened on mobile phones, with another 10.16 percent being opened on tablets.

More Visitors Every Day

In 2014 mobile Internet usage is expected to overtake desktop usage.

Young Professionals

Mobile phones are being used for business by everyone, especially by the newer generation of consumers and businesses.

Frequently Asked Questions about Responsive Design

If you don’t have a mobile design layer on your site, your site will render identically to the desktop version on a mobile device.  This may mean visitors will need to pinch, zoom or scroll to see all the content of the site.  Elements like videos and animation may not appear on the mobile site.

A mobile website is similar to any other website in that it consists of browser-based HTML pages that are linked together and accessed through a web browser.  A mobile website from is designed for the smaller handheld display and touch-screen interface. Like any website, mobile websites can display text content, data, images and video. They can also access mobile-specific features such as click-to-call (to dial a phone number) or location-based mapping.

Apps are actual applications that are downloaded and installed on your mobile device, rather than being rendered within a browser.  Usually these apps are cataloged and downloadable from Apple’s App Store and Android Market. The app may pull content and data from the Internet, in similar fashion to a website, or it may download the content so that it can be accessed without an Internet connection

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