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New Site Launched: PeterGrayRealtor.com

Peter Gray, a valued Radar Hill client for many years, came to us a few months ago expressing interest in acquiring a redesign of his existing website. Because Peter was aware of the rapidly growing importance of having a mobile-friendly website, he wanted to provide his real estate clients with a stronger tool to use while they search his listings from their phone or tablet on-the-go. For branding consistency, his new website utilizes some of the styles and colour schemes of his old website and other advertising materials, yet it features a cleaner and more modern feel, showcasing his properties attractively with slideshows and listing details. The site is now responsive, which means that all page content flexes to fit any viewer’s particular screen size. This eliminates the frustrating inconsistencies of a website constructed years ago, back before mobile browsing was popular and before the technology existed which allows a screen to flex properly. Because Peter’s clients no longer need to “pinch and pull” their screen in order to view his website content on their phone or tablet, they will certainly find it more useful, which will in turn help bring Peter more inquiries. Visit the site on any of your devices to try it in action!

Peter Gray - Victoria Realtor at RE/MAX

PeterGrayRealtor.com

About ken

Ken started experimenting with web design and construction over a decade ago, and has spent countless hours agonising over layouts in Photoshop and marking up websites since then. He strives to create websites that are easy to use, functional, and stunning to look at. By taking time to fully understand the needs and goals of each project Ken aims to create design solutions that not only look great, but serve a purpose. When not creating solutions for the web, Ken can often be found picking banjo, jumping in lakes, and checking out live music around town.

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