Website for Mobiles

With the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets now being used to browse the web, many people are becoming concerned about how their website will look and work when viewed on devices other than the traditional computer screen.

After all, the screens on these devices are much smaller than a computer monitor and, thanks to their inbuilt accelerometers, can orientate the picture into a landscape or portrait presentation.

At Studio Devon, we advocate the practice of Responsive Web Design to strive to ensure that, whatever the size of the screen browsing the website, the web page adapts itself to be seen in its best light.  To us, this is a much more elegant and practical option than having a separate website specifically developed to be served up to mobile devices.

Our first foray into responsive web design is the Babbacombe Festival ticket website, which has just been launched.  A striking yet simple site, this looks equally good on a large computer monitor or a mobile phone and, most importantly, is already attracting buyers for tickets for the various exciting and interesting events that are being held in the Babbacombe Festival marquee this June.

To have a look at how much better looking and easier to use a responsive website is on a mobile or tablet, point your iPad at www.babbacombefestival.com.

Ticket Website Live!

Screenshot excerpt from ticket websiteDue to the ongoing success of the Babbacombe Festival, a new website was needed to cope with demand for tickets to marquee events.

Studio Devon has built a secure online ticket purchase website which allows customers to buy for any of 4 events planned for Babbacombe Festival 2011, using Paypal or credit card.

Visitors to the site get a bright and vibrant view of the event information and a clear and simple payment transaction, thanks to the world-renowned Paypal system.

Visit the site on www.babbacombefestival.com.