Nothing can hurt an online sale or lead like a website that forces potential customers to strain their eyes and zoom in with their fingers just to read its content. Now that mobile web surfing has surpassed fixed or desktop web surfing, users expect an easily accessible experience regardless of the device they’re using.
Our responsive web designs create a user-focused and search engine optimized experience for your targeted audience when visiting your site with any device.
What is responsive web design?
Responsive web design is simply a method of website development that creates a website that scales itself to any size screen. It allows visitors to easily access, navigate, and utilize your website across multiple web browsers, smart devices and computers.
Responsive web design services
We mobilize and optimize your site for any smart device using:
- Fluid grids: A flexible grid system that changes your website’s width and margins to match visitors’ mobile screens.
- Fluid images: Coding that adjusts all your website’s images to the size of any smart device so your images never look stretched or pixelated.
- Media queries: CSS technology that rearranges your site’s content to fit onto any smart device screen size. No content will be left out!
How smartphones have made responsive web design a must for all businesses
Today more people worldwide own a cell phone than a toothbrush, according to the Consumer Technology Association.
That doesn’t really inspire more face-to-face meetings. But who are we kidding anyway? Life for many of us nowadays is more about face-to-screen engagement.
And that’s why smartphones have made responsive web design a must for all businesses. It’s only going to become more vital as the use of cell phones increase year over year.
Consumers scan websites more on their cell phones today than ever before, at a much higher rate than on desktop computers or tablets.
Let this sink in: Users spend on average 69 percent of their media time on smartphones, according to internet data firm comScore. Also, 80 percent of social media time is spent on a mobile device.
As a marketer, you must align with the buyer’s behavior. Your mobile site must offer the best user experience possible. Otherwise, you’re going to be left behind.
Take this into account: 57 percent of users, according to socPub.com, say they won’t recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile site.
And even more frightening: Google says 61 percent of users are unlikely to return to a mobile site they had trouble accessing and 40 percent then visit a competitor’s site instead. That’ll catch your attention more so than someone that doesn’t own a toothbrush.
Many websites are behind the times when it comes to the best user experience for mobile viewers. Many businesses haven’t updated their sites in years and need to advance with the technological developments.