Atlanta Vision Institute Launches Responsive Web Design

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The Atlanta Vision Institute recently launched a responsive web design to better serve patients on the go with mobile devices.

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I read that over 40 million people browse the internet on their phones everyday in the US. It only makes sense to have a responsive web design to conveniently reach those 40 million mobile browsers

After recognizing the prevalence of mobile web browsing, Dr. Ashraf, medical director of the Atlanta Vision Institute, had digital agency Hughes Media create and launch a responsive web design for the Atlanta Vision Institute. A responsive website means that the website will adapt to the width of the browser on any device, such as mobile phones, ipads, tablets and laptops. The objective of this ingenious layout is that users will no longer have to “pinch” the screen or scroll side to side to view a website.

“I read that over 40 million people browse the internet on their phones everyday in the US,” states Dr. Ashraf. “It only makes sense to have a responsive web design to conveniently reach those 40 million mobile browsers.” The responsive web design was created by Hughes Media, an Atlanta digital agency that performs search engine optimization (SEO), social media, digital marketing and web design. CEO Deedra Hughes has launched many responsive websites for her clients and continues to value the significance of the responsive format. To view Atlanta Vision Institute’s responsive web design in action, hold and drag any corner of the browser’s screen to the right or left; the result will be the website fitting to each window size.

Dr. Ashraf founded the Atlanta Vision Institute in Atlanta as well as the Atlanta Vision Center in Dubai, UAE. A board-certified ophthalmologist, Dr. Ashraf specializes in laser vision correction and has performed more than 40,000 LASIK surgeries. After performing his fellowship training at Johns Hopkins University Medical Center, one of the top three medical institutions in the world, he signed on Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, where he taught other doctors how to perform refractive surgery and microsurgery. If you are interested in meeting with Dr. Ashraf, visit the Atlanta Vision Institute website or call 770-622-2488 to book an appointment.

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