Mobile Responsive Development For Your Wild Apricot Site
One of the best things Nicasio Design can offer its clients is solutions to common challenges. Take the increasing number of visitors to sites on mobile devices. How does an organization keep up with this challenge and not increase costs [too much] for make their site responsive?
One thing we do is make an existing site respond a certain way to mobile browsers. Take this website for example - http://www.floridamindfulness.org we created a custom responsive rendering of the site at certain breakpoints for mobile phones and tablets.
Check it out on your cellphone or table - http://goo.gl/GmFBdF
Not grndrm, but I have a question. On this site Floridamindfulness.org, did you avoid using any "Layouts" ie 2 column, 3 column, etc. The markup for layouts are tables and the columns don't float, just reduce in width. Thanks. Carolyn
Amy - just a follow up. We generally start all custom sites with White space theme
grndrm http://forums.wildapricot.com/users/86851768-grndrm , you have a question? We'd be glad to help if we can/
Nice ad for your company. Too bad there is no community support for people who ask valid questions.
The theme is not really important Amy. We will perform mobile development for the final approved site to play nicely with tablets and smart phones.
Let us know if you have any further questions. And here are some more mobi sites though not all are WA:
Which theme did you start out with? I know WA themes are not responsive...but I am curious what was your starting point. I may be interested in discussing pricing on doing something similar with my site after I get converted to 5.0.