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ANSI Launches New, Mobile-Friendly Website with Enhanced Features

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NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2020

Visit ANSI.org to Access Content on the Standards Community

NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The American National Standards InstituteĀ (ANSI) has launched a new, mobile-friendly ANSI.org, to simplify and modernize the Institute’s website design, search function, and content. In addition to new features, the redesigned website provides clearer organization and enhanced navigation to make it easier to find the latest information and need-to-know news related to domestic and international standards and conformity assessment activities.

ANSI.org Launches with a New Look.
ANSI.org Launches with a New Look.

ANSI.org Gets a Website Makeoverā€¦and New Content

Many new user-friendly features and functions on ANSI.org provide easier access to frequently used information and user actions. A quick-action select box prominently placed on the homepage provides short-cut access to commonly used pages and features. A new homepage feature, This Week in Standards Development

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Why You Need a Mobile-Friendly Website

May 2, 2020 | website | No Comments

In a survey reveals the fact that more than 80% of people prefer to search on mobile instead of a desktop. In 2018 your website must be responsive otherwise you can’t sustain in this fast changeable market.

Now building mobile-friendly website doesn’t take too much time. Coding technology has changed a lot in the last couple of years, and it takes more or less similar time to build like a static site.

We can’t deny the fact that mobile search has gained momentum worldwide in the last couple of years. Keeping it in mind many small and mediocre business owners is preferred mobile-responsive for their business interest. Thatswhy most of the website development company are now focusing on building a responsive website.

Reasons why a mobile-friendly website required in 2018:

1. The mobile search index is now entirely in effect from 2015. You can see there is a different search … Read More