Where do we begin?
When it comes to responsive CSS design the first step is an audit on the display of the website. Not just on mobile devices but all the major browsers on desktop as well. If your site was built using Safari, it may not look the same in Firefox or Chrome. Similarly, if it looks good on your laptop, it may not look right on a tablet or smartphone. So to start, we need to preview the site across all platforms. This can be done using emulators or services such as http://browsershots.org
Generally speaking, testing on the major platforms such as iPhone, iPad and MacBook will cover non-apple products such as Samsung, Sony, Dell, HP, etc. Similarly, testing the major browsers like Chrome, Safari and Firefox will cover the other browsers with the exception of IE which is in a world of its own. However, IE seems to be the primary browser in Eastern countries like China and Japan.
That said, we recommend looking at the traffic statistics for your website to identify the browsers that are being used before making any investments on them. There is little to no point in optimizing the display of the website for Internet Explorer if less than 5% of your visitors are using it and they are all from eastern countries who will never become customers.
What’s it going to cost?
It all depends on the current state of your website. If there are a lot of issues it will cost more but if the issues are few and limited to a specific platform, it may be as little as $75 USD
If you are unsure of how many issues you have, we’re happy to do a quick examination to give you an idea of what’s involved before you decide to proceed.
Is there a warranty?
Yes, there is a warranty on the scope of work you paid for… meaning, if the project included Chrome and there is still an issue with the same version of Chrome we launched with, we’ve got you covered (future versions may need new code which is not included). If however, you discover there is a problem with Safari and it was not included in the project, it is unfortunately covered.