Responsive Web Design
Various devises are now used for accessing the web. These include Desktops, Laptops, Tablets, and Mobiles. A website designed particularly for a desktop can pose problem while being viewed in a mobile device. A lot of zoom, repeated scrolls etc can all result in a poor user experience which may finally lead to the visitor leaving your website. Responsive Web Design is the solution to this aspect. In Responsive Web Design, the website is designed in such a way that it can adapt itself to multiple devices. The website is designed and developed with all screen sizes in mind.
Responsive Web Design thus ensures that all your users get access to the same information and have a rich and consistent user experience, which in turn leads to increased visitor conversions and sales. The added benefit of Responsive Web Design is ease of maintenance. Publishing once saves time, money and maintenance. One update will automatically implement to other designs as well. Studies reveal that Mobile Internet traffic shall grow exponentially over time which will lead to the increased demand of Responsive Web Design. We can create your website from ground up or transform your current website to Responsive Web Design.
- Auto adjust to various devices
- Mobile Friendly
- Tablet Friendly
- Single source for information
- Fully CMS driven
- Fully SEO Friendly
- Web Conversion
- Quick Loading
How will Responsive Web Design Look?
A simple illustration will help you understand the concept of Responsive Web Design. See below the three different versions of a single website design, each at different devices.
Image 1: The browser is that of a desktop computer. The elements of the page are spaced out horizontally with a big header banner.
Image 2: The slightly narrower image depicts a Tablet. In response to the browser width, the design has adjusted itself as is pre-defined such that it can display all the page elements in the most fitting style. The main banner is cut down and the entire content has been reduced to a single column. The navigation has transformed to a drop-down menu and the footer information has been condensed.
Image 3: The browser is that of a mobile device. All the images including the banner image are much smaller here. The body content column is also much narrower, the “services” section which was otherwise in 4 columns and the “work showcase” and “footer” which was in 3 columns is now reduced to one. The hierarchy of the page content is however very properly maintained with the content being comprehensible and easy to navigate, regardless of the small size of the browser.