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Using Technology to Discover the Past

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps, Wordpress on Dec 16, 2014

Heideldesign created the online directory and iPhone and Android apps for the Georgia Historical Society's historical marker programs.

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Savannah Dream Vacations Website Makeover

Posted by Ginger in Mobile Web & Apps, Movable Type on May 31, 2013 | No Comments

In the competitive vacation rental market, Savannah Dream Vacations needs a website that complements its unique historic properties, but with modern design features that make it easy to view and book those properties online.

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Mobile Design for Real Estate Websites

Posted by Ginger in Mobile Web & Apps on Apr 24, 2013 | No Comments

Does your realtor website provide a good first impression to smartphone users?

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Music Festival Apps

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps on Mar 15, 2013 | No Comments

We build mobile iPhone and Android apps for music festivals. View our recent work for long-time client the Savannah Music Festival.

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MT Skeleton: A Free Responsive Theme for Movable Type

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps, Movable Type on Dec 23, 2012 | No Comments

We are very happy to release MT Skeleton as a free theme for Movable Type 4. It is based on the Skeleton responsive framework and is easy to install and customize.

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Responsive Design for the Healthcare Industry

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps on Dec 10, 2012 | No Comments

Nearly five years after their last redesign, we're proud to announce a new responsive website for HMMC: The Healthcare Manufacturers Management Council.

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Responsive Design: One Site to Rule them All

Posted by Ginger in Mobile Web & Apps on Nov 08, 2012 | No Comments

With so many people using smartphones to browse the web, it's about time your website got "smarter" too. How about a site that not only detects screen size, but then resizes and reorganizes itself for optimal viewing at every size? It's called Responsive Design, and we're loving it.

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Responsive Web Design: Dawson Architects

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps on Apr 05, 2012 | No Comments

We developed a responsive web design using Movable Type for Savannah architect Neil Dawson's firm.

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Mobile CSS vs. Unique Mobile Templates

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps on Aug 01, 2011 | No Comments

When planning for a mobile website, there are two ways that you can approach your project: Mobile CSS or unique mobile templates. Which is best for your site?

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Mobile Websites and Cheap Custom App Development

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps on Jul 27, 2011 | No Comments

In episode five of Robots, Lasers and Solar Flares, Lee and Jason talk about mobile website options from browser-based to native apps.

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Responsive Web Design

Posted by Lee Heidel in Design Inspiration, Mobile Web & Apps on Jun 27, 2011 | No Comments

Future-proof your website and provide custom displays for all browser sizes and device types by embracing responsive web design.

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The Mobile Movement

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps on May 24, 2011 | No Comments

Great overview video of why the mobile web is so important, produced by Google with stats from an independent survey on smart phone usage.

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Mobile Websites, iPhone and Android Apps from Heideldesign

Posted by Lee Heidel in Mobile Web & Apps on May 11, 2011 | No Comments

Heideldesign is pleased to announce the immediate availability of mobile websites, iPhone and Android apps. Watch the video overview and read our mobile case studies.

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Savannah Morning News Talks Mobile Apps

Posted by Lee Heidel in Heideldesign, Mobile Web & Apps, Savannah on Apr 19, 2011 | No Comments

Heideldesign was interviewed for a Savannah Morning News story on local mobile app development.

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