web site design:
I have a small website which I maintain myself. Bit of HTML and bit of CSS modified from various books etc.
Yes I know I could afford to hire someone but I like tinkering. I have used some basic media queries to feed the mobile version as it were.
"website grader" says my mobile effort only scores 15 out of 30
The mobile version is lacking a bit of style
I own the domain and host the site with fasthosts.
I upload files via an old copy of dreamweaver.
The site is reasonably responsive and it is very fast to load but lacks a bit impact. (but google says it is mobile friendly)
It has fallen down the ratings for "Solicitors Syston" in the last couple of years as some big names have come into the town.
I am tweaking the SEO
However I am in the lead with Google Reviews. yay!
Given that I don't want to spend £5 to £10k on a full site redesign-(I like the elements, header style etc) what would be your advice.
ps: I am only a year or three away from retirement and business is pretty good anyway.
1 ask a local designer to sort out the CSS for the mobile site
2 use an app like duda mobile or go mobi to create a mobile-only version and leave the desktop untouched.
3 use Divi (wordpress) I have tinkered with this-I can get what it does and cope with it-I have six months of a subscription left.
4 leave it alone
5 get out more
6 None of the above
That said, if business is good, and you're certain you're retiring anyway, I'd leave it as-is. There's no point breaking something that works - and with which extant customers are familiar - just for vanity.