Laughlin Bullhead International Airport launches new website

Published by The Bee News

September 22, 2019

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Bullhead City, AZ – Fly IFP (International Fun Place) has launched their newly designed website now mobile compatible. The new site focuses more on imagery, simplified navigation, and mobile compatibility than ever before. As web viewership has evolved over the years so has the need for a website to adapt to whatever mobile device is being used from tablets to smartphones. The current traffic ratio is closer to 60% using mobile devices to view than desktop users. The airport enlisted the services of local web design and marketing company myMarketing Designs.  As one of the largest web design firms in Mohave County hosting, designing, and managing nearly 100 business websites, they began by analyzing the current site and measured it up to other airports from around the country to determine what the market was doing in regards to design and functionality.  After a strenuous review of a dozen other airport websites the design process began.  After a few months and many reviews and changes the site has been launched for over a week.  They’ve been getting a lot of great feedback and have been modify the design and functionality further per user feedback.  “Websites are a living and changing thing.  They evolve as the users needs change and market standards evolve.  This is FlyIFP 1.0 for all intents and purposes.  It will continue to grow and change to better the user experience over the years.  We are excited to be part of it” said Steve LeSueur, owner and lead designer of myMarketing Designs.  Check out the new today!

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