Prairie Truss had a website that was about 1-2 years old. A lot of hard work and money went into it… but it still wasn’t everything they wanted it to be. It worked… had a CMS and they could change the content of the site… but they had no control over anything else. With more and more people using mobile devices nowadays to browse the web, they wanted to make sure their website was mobile-friendly (the site was built right before mobile friendly sites became the standard way to build websites), so they went back to the original designers and asked what it would take to make the website responsive. Apparently it was cash… over $3000 to add the feature. This wasn’t acceptable so they made the decision to move to a different webdesign company, one that was more into serving their customers instead of filling their pockets. In comes QuinTech Solutions. The old site had a really nice design and functioned well, but the price tag was getting out of hand. For this project it was not so much doing a redesign, as it was moving the old site off of the original servers and recreating it in a new CMS. The site still needed to be built from the ground up, but the design and content from the old was used to build the new one. On a desktop computer the new site looks like it got a touch-up, but on mobile devices the site is a whole new experience that responds to the size of the screen it is viewed on. No more zooming in and scrolling around to read the content. The content is automatically optimized for comfortable viewing on any screen size.
View the website here www.prairietruss.com