Adobe Flash is Dying: Replace Your Website at Great Leap Studios

Google’s Mobile Update has already affected billions of websites. Your website now needs to be mobile ready, or you will experience a drop in search rankings on mobile phones. Soon, all websites will need to be responsive web designs – websites that are able to adapt to the screen they’re being viewed on – or they are not going to receive nearly as many searches from an increasingly mobile audience.

But if Google’s mobile update wasn’t enough to cause you to re-think your website, maybe the Adobe Flash downfall is. In the past two months, both the Chrome and Firefox browsers are blocking all flash plug-ins, as Flash has come increasingly unstable, crashing often and frustrating users for years. Even Adobe doesn’t like their flash program anymore. If your website heavily uses flash, it may be time for a new one.

Great Leap Studios offers affordable web design services, and we are happy to help you move your website away from Flash and onto a platform that is mobile and tablet ready. Based in Folsom, California (near Sacramento) we have clients all over the United States that come to us for website design, content writing, and more, and we’re happy to transform your company website into one that will generate more traffic and convert more customers.

If you have been affected by the mobile update, or your flash website is no longer able to impress visitors, give us a call today and find out more about our custom website options.


  • Micah Abraham

    Micah Abraham is the owner and lead content writer at Great Leap Studios ( and High Volt Digital (
    Micah has over 15 years of content writing and digital marketing experience, and has owned and operated Great Leap Studios since 2013 and High Volt since 2022.
    He has a degree in Psychology from the University of Washington, and has researched and written content on a wide range of topics in the medical and health fields, home services, tech, and beyond.
    Micah lives with his family in California.

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