Why we ONLY build Responsive Websites and Why Responsive Web Design is Important

Responsive Web Design

What is responsive web design and why it’s important

What is Responsive web design?

Responsive web design is always a sign of a good website. For a website to be considered responsive, it needs to adapt to all platforms, such as desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile. By adapt we mean the website should re-arrange its content to fit perfectly as you switch between platforms.

A responsive website can greatly improve user experience and understanding, which is important. What’s the point of a website if all the content is jumbled up and the user can’t navigate it properly, then you’ve just wasted your money.

The type of websites we can make for you

Every website we build is responsive, try it out with our website.

Recent survey show 50-60 percent of searches are on mobile devices, so if your website isn’t responsive, you have already lost 50-60 percent of the possible clientele. Make sure whenever you have your website made, it’s responsive.

Why Responsive web design is important

As mentioned earlier 50-60 percent of searches are on mobile devices, so if your website is not adaptive, you’re losing! This is esspecially important if you’re selling online, 70 percent of online sales are on mobile devices. Social media also plays a huge role in this, most people now use social media on their phones and if your website is responsive it will get more shares online.

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Responsive Web Design and SEO

SEO, along with user experience are two of the most important parts of this whole responsive website equation.

Google themselve have recommended a website to be responsive and as website designers, their word is law. They don’t give out tips often, but when they do, they’re meaningful. A 2015 report suggests websites that are responsive rank higher in google results, which is super important in acquiring customers. Google penalize websites that fail to follow this simple, yet often overlooked rule.

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