Responsive Web Design is the approach of laying-out a website in such a way that the website provides an optimal viewing experience — ease of reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling — across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).Here is what we did for RecSol. We were able to amplify their content to create a more robust website. Click here to see the live version.
Whenever powerful search engines like Google make a change to their algorithm, web developers must also change. Because of this Google has the power to change the way we think about web design and the Internet itself. Integrated Dental made a desicion to have DivPixel redesign their site in order to stay updated and to avoid moving further down in the Google search results page. If you have a responsive site you are relevant, if you don't you are simply irrelevant.
When smartphones and tablets first came on the scene, their market share was tiny. Back then most people still checked their email, surfed the web and connected with social media via their desktop and laptop computers. That has certainly changed, and a substantial percentage of people now use their mobile devices for everything from web surfing and office work to checking email.
The growing use of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices has made responsive web design more important than ever before. Responsive web design looks at the nature of the device and adjusts the display accordingly. If you are not currently using responsive web design, you could be missing out on a substantial part of the modern market. These tips can help you make your website more responsive across a wide universe of devices.
Mobile devices have changed the internet experience. With the proliferation of smartphones and tablets, affordable data plans and widespread access to Wi-Fi networks, mobile internet usage is not just on the rise, it has passed the tipping point. More people now use a mobile device to access the internet than a desktop, almost 2 Billion users worldwide. What’s more interesting, these users are not simply surfing the internet with their mobile devices, they are doing everything from interacting with social media and email, to shopping on-line, paying bills and banking. The emergence of new technologies is also changing the user experience. For example, more than a third use a smart TV to access the internet, and even smart watches and smart wristbands, at 9% and 7% respectively, are being used. How does this shift to mobile internet access impact your website? It means that Responsive Web Design has never been more important in website construction.