When a website is responsive, the layout and/or content responds or adapts based on the size of screen they are presented on. A responsive website automatically changes to fit the device you’re reading it on. Typically there have been four general screen sizes that responsive design has been aimed at: the widescreen desktop monitor, the smaller desktop (or laptop), the tablet and the mobile phone.
The share of Internet usage on these devices is growing every day! In 2011 mobile browsing took a share of about 11%. In 2013 it was near to 25% and 2014 was the first year mobile exceeded desktop. So what does all this mean to you?
Well, it means that if you don’t want to lose any potential clients, then you need a great looking website which is also optimized for mobile browsing.
We work with a responsive design which means that we build and develop your design with a layout that automatically adapted to the visitor’s screen resolution. The major challenge will be to let the responsive design affect all parts of a web project. Even if it means increased complexity and scale of the project, it is not going to opt into or opt out. It is simply an inherent characteristic of modern websites.