Fredricks Construction

Fredricks Construction Website Build Details

I just did a new ground up responsive website design/build for Fredricks construction. Fredricks Construction Co specializes in roofing applications, siding, windows and insulation for residential projects since 1969. Fredricks is a great company. They heard of 231 Graphics and Web Design from another client (R&R Landscape Supply) – someone I have had a great relationship with. Always cool to pick up new clients in that way, something that as a matter of fact I am about to push to the next level. You’ll see.

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Responsive Web Design Blog

231 Graphics New Blog features Responsive HTML5, CSS3, PHP and Javascript

A couple of months back I went through the 231 Graphics site and did a full on re-design to accommodate all of the different devices such as desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. Web developers nowadays have to think clearly about the way their sites will look no matter what the screen resolution or aspect ratio.

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Hennessy’s Irish Pub

New Responsive Website for Hennessy’s Pub in Muskegon, MI

I recently got to build a great new responsive website for Hennessy’s Irish Pub and Restaurant located at 885 Jefferson Street in downtown Muskegon, MI. For those that do not know a Responsive Website refers to a website that changes design wise according to the size of your browser. The reason that is important has to do with the average user breakdowns which are in this day and age spread pretty evenly between normal desktop computers, laptops with smaller screens, tablets with even smaller screens and mobile devices which very dramatically in screen size. A true responsive site will look good on each of these, with different aspect ratios as this site does.

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River Valley Development

A few months back I had built this site: www.rivervalleydevelopment.com – It was the first 100% responsive HTML5 site I had built to date. I recently was contracted to do some SEO work on the site, at which point I realized I had never written an article about the initial build. So I figured I would kill two birds with one stone and do them both now. So here we go…

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