MOBILE APPLICATIONS

It’s time to get Mobile

Research shows that more than 50% of online browsing and shopping occurs on mobile devices. This means that businesses seeking to optimize their conversion rate need to ensure that their website is mobile-friendly. At DotcomWeavers, we use the leading mobile Web frameworks and our expertise in the iOS and Android platforms to deliver outstanding mobile solutions for our clients. With a fully mobile website, your customers will be seamlessly guided along the path to making a purchase whether they are walking down the street or sitting on the couch at home.

Image Size Matters

Quick access and easy viewing are key components of the mobile shopping experience, so to drive users toward purchase decisions, you want to give them the biggest, highest quality images possible. With this consideration in mind, we design websites first for smaller mobile devices and then scale up for larger screens.

Device-Specific Customization

In addition to quality mobile design, your website must also be optimized for specific operating systems and devices. To do this we use the ExtJS5 framework to build mobile apps for the Android and iOS platforms. This ensures seamless functionality across multiple devices and leverages their unique capabilities.

Clean, Grid-Based Design

Because so many people ‘comparison shop’ on their phones before making a purchase, we use the JQuery, PhoneGap and Sencha frameworks to exploit the functionality of mobile devices and create a rich user experience. The resultant clean, grid-based design ensures that your customers quickly find what they want.

Quick & Easy Checkout

A quick checkout process eliminates the pauses that give customers time to rethink a purchase and abandon their cart. At DotcomWeavers we integrate simplified checkout forms and auto-fill capabilities that reduce the click count required to complete an order. We also offer several payment gateways keep users on your site.

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More Questions about Mobile Applications

Absolutely! In fact, modern Web developers think first in terms of mobile devices – particularly regarding images. At DotcomWeavers we design for smaller devices and then fine-tune the design for larger screens. We are also mindful of overcrowding, and eliminate any website issues that could detract from your brand. Since this concept of scaling up from mobile also applies to content, we advise breaking up text over multiple pages so that customers can read the same content on any device.
Our developers are experts at producing robust and attractive product catalogs optimized for mobile displays. We leverage frameworks such as Sencha’s ExtJS5, and implement designs that use a mobile-friendly grid. We also reduce image resolution to fit screen size, which optimizes how they appear on mobile devices.
Don't be misled: The actual point of purchase doesn’t always represent a conversion. Buyers do most of their research and comparison-shopping on mobile devices, and may make the decision to buy while in that space, even though the actual purchase may be made on a desktop site. This is a very important distinction when considering whether to invest in mobile development.
There are definite, and possibly huge, benefits to adding a mobile Web component to your business. Many progressive and successful brick-and-mortar stores endorse geo-location-based mobile beacons to deliver digital and mobile coupons, which is in line with the standard in-store shopping experience. In fact, large, traditional retailers, such as Target, are turning increasingly to mobile apps to grow their eCommerce channel.
Depending on customer location and what they want to buy, they will receive personalized offers on their mobile devices. This is a major advantage over brick-and-mortar retail offerings because it allows a customized shopping experience that gives customers what the what! In addition, when customers receive social media ads about products they abandoned in a cart, it brings them one step closer to clicking the ‘buy now’ button. In short, mobile is an essential part of the modern shopping landscape.
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