Responsive design is no longer a luxury; it's a necessity.

The next time you’re waiting in line at the coffee shop, take a look around. You’ll see half a dozen people sitting at the cafe tables and tapping away on their laptops. One person will be curled up in an armchair with an iPad or Kindle. And don’t be surprised if the other two people in line with you are both staring down at their smartphones.

People are using their mobile devices to browse the Web, and it’s our job to make sure your website is accessible. Our solution is a responsive web design.

What is Responsive Design?

A responsive design means the website will adjust to fit any size screen—whether it's a desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone—without sacrificing content. The content is simply reformatted and reorganized to fit neatly within the screen of your device. 

Rather than creating a totally separate mobile site, a responsive design keeps everything on one website under a single domain. That means less risk of redirect errors and less upkeep for you.  

clientuploads/Featured Websites_2014/what_we_do_2014/responsive_design.JPG

Learn more:

Should You Build a Mobile Site, Responsive Design, or App?

Why You Should Update to a Responsive Design. Stat.

Top 10 Web Design Trends


Back to top