The Division and Garden’s mobile websites resulted from similar concerns: providing a mobile-friendly version of the public facing website in order to meet the needs of all visitors. As a result, the websites included mobile-optimized content as well as features that are exclusive to only mobile users, such as geotargeting, which determines nearby attractions based on the user’s physical location.
SteadyRain understands the important role mobile development will play in the Travel and Tourism industries. As consumers instinctively reach for their mobile devices to receive the most up-to-date information, businesses must become aware of their targeted audiences’ needs.
“The focus of mobile projects is to envision how users would be using their mobile devices while accessing the website on the go”, said Joe Marcallini, Vice President of Internet Strategy. “Highlighting key elements of the primary website on the mobile website provides for contextual access.”
The SteadyRain team consistently delivered award-winning, best-in-class client solutions for the past thirteen years, and the team’s dedication to excellence and innovation continues. As the end of 2012 draws near, the agency looks forward to another prosperous year in 2013.
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SteadyRain is a privately held digital agency that works closely with each of its clients to create unique and profitable Internet strategies through consulting, strategic planning, website design and development, online marketing solutions, web application development, and mobile application development. SteadyRain has been helping businesses and organizations develop their online strategies, increase revenue, and decrease costs since 1999, having worked with clients such as Conoco Phillips, Great Rivers Greenway, the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Missouri Division of Tourism, Nestlé Purina, Novus International, and Washington University in St. Louis. For more information about SteadyRain, please visit www.SteadyRain.com.