Vutec Develops Mobile-Friendly Website

January 29, 2013
Vutec Corporation has launched its new comprehensive HTML5/CSS3 based "responsive" website.

The new website is designed to recognize the dynamics of your device and reconfigure how it’s presented to you, which reflects Vutec’s expanded global presence and capabilities, the company says.

“Most websites scale down on a phone, rendering them difficult to read or navigate, which poses a problem. Vutec.com will adapt or respond to any mobile device. As people are on the go, we need to reach our audience anytime, anyplace, on any device,” said Mike Palmisano, director, marketing and communications.

Vutec.com will result in higher Google search rankings, faster download speeds, easier reading and user experience, improved galleries, and fully updated content managed and maintained by our internal marketing team, according to Vutec. Users will be able to reach our content faster with a refreshed design. This development now enables Vutec to reach the widest possible audience with improved and streamlined communication.

“Having rebuilt Vutec.com in house from the ground up allows us to release new features, improvements and updates more often in response to user feedback,” Palmisano said. “Vutec’s goal is to ensure that the end user has the best-possible user experience from whatever mobile device they are on.”

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