Celebration Pipes wants to make sure that finding their products on the mobile web is (almost) as enjoyable as using them.
Maui, HI (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
Since 1973, the one-man force behind Celebration Pipes known as DaPiper has been hand-crafting some of the most impressive and prized pieces anywhere around. What started as simple stocking stuffers, DaPiper’s patented Lavastoneware ceramic pipes have become globally-praised by outlets like Hot Breath and Sativa Magazine for their originality, quality, and efficient design and have been commissioned for stars such as Bob Marley, Aerosmith, and Willy Nelson.
Now, as they celebrate their 40th anniversary, Celebration Pipes wants to make sure that finding their products on the mobile web is (almost) as enjoyable as using them.
With over 25% of all web traffic taking place on smartphones and tablets now, small independent businesses that want to give their customers a truly pleasurable experience need to turn their attention to building easy-to-navigate, touch-friendly, well-built mobile websites. The newly launched mobile site for Celebration goes above and beyond, creating a super efficient yet casual experience that ranks among the best in the industry.
As mobile users are far more action-driven than desktop web users, the Celebration site focuses on bringing the unique product to the forefront. The site showcases DaPiper’s many beautiful and customized lavastoneware pipes, starting with its 40th Anniversary edition “Victory Green” piece. From there the site offers visitors a brief history of the Celebration story, integrated video of DaPiper himself, and of course, outlets to contact Celebration directly.
As one of the original supporters NORML, Celebration Pipes have devoted themselves to taking dedicated action towards ending prohibition legislation, and portions of all profits are donated to the cause. A major mission of mobilizing Celebration’s website stems from spreading the word worldwide about the cause, and giving supporters a new avenue to get involved.
To check out the site for yourself, simply visit m.celebrationpipes.com.