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Siteworx Announces New, Responsive Siteworx.com

Digital Experience and Technology Firm Unveils New Responsive Website

RESTON, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/28/12 -- Siteworx, Inc., a leading digital experience agency, today announced the re-launch of its award-winning corporate website, www.siteworx.com.

Utilizing a responsive design approach, the new website serves as a full-featured digital marketing platform which places equal emphasis on delivering a consistent user experience, conveying a subtle yet elegant design aesthetic, and incorporating the latest web standards and technologies.

"As a digital agency, we've always known the importance of the web as our primary marketing and demand generation channel. But today, the web represents more than just the desktop. Our customers and prospects are increasingly using their smartphones and tablet devices to consume our content," said Tim McLaughlin, President.

Recognized by the Web Marketing Association as the Best Professional Services Website of 2010, the revamped Siteworx.com now offers so much more, including:

  • Support for multiple device types and screen resolutions; i.e., smartphone, tablet, desktop, utilizing a single code base and content repository
  • Global search feature built on the open source enterprise search tool Lucene
  • Enhanced interactivity including article filtering and touch-enabled browsing and navigation for tablet and smartphone browsers

"With this release, we've invested in making the new www.siteworx.com a showpiece that incorporates the countless best practices in web design and development that we've acquired over the last ten years of delivering high-performance digital experience projects for our enterprise clients," says Giovanni Calabro, VP of Design.

Responsive design is a holistic approach to web development which takes advantage of some of the latest advancements in HTML and CSS web techniques. To learn more about Siteworx' responsive design capabilities, download Optimizing Mobile Customer Experience with Responsive Design, or follow @Siteworx on Twitter and tweet #SWXRSPV for a complimentary link to the paper.

For more information, please contact Siteworx at [email protected].

About Siteworx, Inc.
Siteworx is an award-winning digital agency with deep roots in agile design, web content management (WCM) and systems integration. For more than a decade, we've tapped an uncommon blend of technology and design know-how to discover, create and deploy best in class web and mobile experiences that deliver business results. Siteworx was named to the IMA's Top 10 Agencies of 2011 and has been recognized among KMWorld's 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management for the last three consecutive years. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Siteworx maintains full-service offices in San Francisco, CA, Atlanta, GA, Cary, NC, Chicago, IL, Rochester, NY and New York, NY. Learn more at www.siteworx.com.

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