Web Designers are being forced to embrace the mobile industry because of it's rapid growth. Those who don't have a mobile presence could soon be obsolete in a couple of years.
Little Rock, AR (PRWEB) November 11, 2010
Building websites was once left to the professionals, but simple websites can now be done in a matter of minutes through various turnkey providers. Top web design companies are now turning their expertise toward developing for mobile platforms in order to keep their edge. More companies are trying to keep up with the fast emerging trends and technology innovations of today. The mobile industry has revolutionized how we communicate, socialize, and surf the web. With the emergence of video conferencing, GEO location check-ins, mobile apps, QR codes, games, digital magazines, e-Readers and now HTML5, it's no wonder that Morgan Stanley's analysts believe that mobile web will be larger than desktop Internet use by 2015.
For 3wiredesigns.com, an Interactive Media Agency based in Little Rock, Arkansas, this is a good thing. 3wiredesigns specializes in web design, mobile development, SEO, online marketing and interactive media. "Being on the forefront of the technology industry when new trends emerge is always exciting and becoming one of the first to capitalize on these innovations is even better." said Chris White, CEO of 3wiredesigns.
Chris White launched his web design company almost ten years ago and now pioneers one of the most innovative and tech-savvy Interactive Media Agencies in Arkansas. 3wiredesigns, known for their success in the web design market, has now transitioned into mobile development and interactive media, a growing trend that many companies are starting to take a closer look at.
With the popularity of web-enabled mobile devices on the rise, Chris said more of their clients are looking to them to develop websites that can run across multiple browsers as well as various mobile platforms. "Now that most people are on their phones more than their computers, it just makes sense to move that direction and we are excited to see how future trends will continue to shape this industry."