Responsive is simply a website design that adjusts naturally to fit on desktop, tablet, and smartphone browsers. Nowadays businesses need to ensure their online presence can be accessed on any device. we ensure the seamless transition of website content by coding your website in a way that allows adaptation for every screen size and device. So what devises are consumers buying? smart devises like tablets and smartphones are beating notebooks in the race.
For those of us who create websites and services, all this leads to a singular conclusion: we have so many different screens and we need to build for all of them. Developing apps may seem like the obvious solution, but how do you build for every app store and keep the costs down? It’s clear that having a great mobile website should be a priority. The solution, of course, is to make a website that works equally well on every device. Enter responsive web design. The benefits are obvious: you build a website once, and it works seamlessly across thousands of different screens. as Ethan Marcotte, the author of Responsive Web Design, explains:
“Now more than ever, we’re designing work meant to be viewed along a gradient of different experiences. Responsive web design offers us a way forward, finally allowing us to ‘design for the ebb and flow of things.’”
Responsive design has a number of key advantages for small or large businesses:
– Content can be created once and delivered to multiple devices
– The user experience is the same no matter which device accesses the site’s content
– As consumers increasingly use mobile devices to shop, responsive design can ensure this activity is familiar on a desktop, phone or tablet
– With over half of the UK’s population now owning a smartphone, content must be optimised for this channel
– Marketing opportunities can be enhanced with complementary services all delivered instantly across all customer touch points
Give it a go, minimise your browser and see how our website will change its shape depending on the size of the “screen”.