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The mobile web should be fast and easy, but many websites are slow and frustrating.

A mobile-first approach means websites are optimised for speed and usability. Lightweight pages are consistently fast and deliver a much smoother, more engaging experience.

  • Optimised for speed: 53% of mobile site visits are abandoned if pages take longer than 3 seconds to load [1]

  • A mobile-first approach: Mobile devices are now used more than traditional computers for web browsing [2]

  • Search engine friendly: Both Google and Bing use page loading speed as a ranking factor [3]

Is your website mobile friendly?

Slow websites drive visitors away, especially on smartphones. We’re quick to abandon a site - perhaps never to return - because it took too long to load. It’s simple, if you optimise for mobile traffic, you’ll gain a competitive edge over those that don’t.

Deliver a consistent experience

Web pages are written in web-standards compliant HTML and cross-browser and cross-platform tested to ensure websites work in a wide range of smartphone, tablet and desktop devices.

Website performance matters

An optimised experience reduces friction, this can significantly increase the chance a visitor will explore your website, share your content or engage with your business.

Let’s build a website visitors will love.

  1. The need for mobile speed: How mobile latency impacts publisher revenue 

  2. Mobile web browsing overtakes desktop for the first time 

  3. Google’s 200 Ranking Factors: The Complete List