Responsive Web Design (RWD) has been introduced as the latest approach to website designing. It helps to ensure that the website and its elements resize themselves according to the devices through which the users are accessing the website. Almost every new client these days demand a mobile version of their website for the customer who use mobile/pc/tablet to access the internet.

As you might guess, this is quite a handy approach and places the focus on enhancing the user experience. After all, studies suggest that about 86% of the online traffic in the US itself originates from mobile devices!

How can your Business benefit from a developing a responsive website? Here’s how:

  • Flexibility: A responsive design makes the content page layout on the website flow freely across the different types of devices. Think of it as a fluid that takes the shape of the container!
  • Better User Experience (UX): RWD automatically places the limelight on UX and provides great value to the user. The attrition rate of the website comes down through metrics like a lower Bounce Rate
  • Cost Effective Solutions: Responsive site eliminate the need to have multiple websites to cater to different devices.
  • Mobile First: Google loves the responsive site and pushes the ranks of a mobile responsive website in SERPs, compared to those which are not responsive, and mobile friendly.
  • Increased in Conversion: Since your content is not easily accessible and relevant for a larger user base, this automatically leads to better conversions, sales, and ROI.

The quickest way to test if your website is responsive or not is open your website in a modern browser like IE, Chrome, FireFox etc and resize the edge of your browser from the end. If the website changes its shape accordingly, then it has a responsive web design layout. As an alternative, you can also use an emulator to check the same.

Responsive web design use html5 and css3 to automatically change the website layout depending on a various device a user access the website. Another great way is to check for the word “responsive” or “@media” in the source code of the home page of the website.

Adaptive web design is distinct from a responsive layout which doesn't consist of one layout that ever changes. Rather, there exist several different layouts for various screen sizes. And these layout depends on the screen size used by the end user. For e.g, a specific layout for smartphones, laptop, tablets, and desktop computers – which are already developed in advance. These designs wait on standby until individual visits your site. Depending on the user device, the site is then presented with the pre-set layout.

  • Customized Responsive Web Design and Web Development
  • All types of Responsive Websites including e-Commerce, Blogs, and Media.
  • Open Source Development
  • Website auditing and testing facility

We understand the importance of a Responsive Website for any business. Hence, we provide all-round support as follow:

  • Customized Responsive Web Design and Web Development
  • All types of Responsive Websites including e-Commerce, Blogs, and Media.
  • Open Source Development
  • Website auditing and testing facility

All industry standards are followed (and even surpassed) while overhauling your website design.

  • Design : The designs for the various types of screen sizes are chalked up.
  • Layout : Magic sauce is added to the design, converting it into a fluid layout.
  • Checks : Every performance check is conducted to find optimization scope.
  • Subtleness : Quality is imparted to every element for enhanced sheen.

Impressed yet? If you need further convincing, take a look at our amazing portfolio!

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