Most Andornot projects have a web-based search interface, and a growing number of these are also built with a mobile-friendly interface alongside the full-size one. This allows quick and easy access to information on-the-go.
Some recent examples of projects with a mobile-friendly interface include:
- Every site built from the Andornot Discovery Interface - see examples here.
- The McGill University Health Centre Libraries, the Peel Health Region Library and the DuPage County Law Library both use a responsive version of the Andornot Starter Kit.
- The Ontario Jewish Archives, the United Farmers Historical Society and the Burnaby Art Gallery collection search uses a responsive layout and the Andornot Discovery Interface.
- The Provincial Resource Center for the Visually Impaired website.
- The Andornot website.
We develop responsive websites, ones that adapt with ease to the user's device. Content will appear in the size and layout that works best, whether on the deskop, a tablet or a smartphone. To reduce cost and speed up development time, we often start with a modern framework such as Twitter Bootstrap or Zurb Foundation.
The Andornot Discovery Interface in particular has been developed with mobile access as a core component. The Andornot Starter Kit search interface for Inmagic databases is also available with a resposive layout.
The VuFind discovery interface has a mobile theme.
Contact us to make your collection easily accessible on mobile devices.
Learn more about Andornot's mobile work in these blog posts: