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Why Responsive Design Matters

Trends and statistics suggest that mobile usage is dramatically increasing, even surpassing desktop as the main tool for accessing the Internet. If your website development doesn’t include responsive design, it’s likely that a big percentage of users will not be able to view the site. At the very least, they would probably not have a great user experience.

Source: KPCB

What is Responsive Design?

Currently, most digital companies offer to develop separate sites, one for desktop and one for mobile. As time goes by, more and more mobile devices are being released, leaving us with a wide variety of screen sizes.

Creating sites that only work well on mobile devices (and not as well on desktop ones) is not the best option for website development.

In order to achieve a development that would be just as good on both mobile and desktop devices, the development must be responsive and able to adapt to the screen in question. A well implemented development must allow the user to view the website comfortably and navigate with ease, without the need to zoom or scroll laterally.

If you are thinking of upgrading your website and want to take the leap into a design that works effectively for multiple devices, we would be more than happy to help you. We can evaluate your current website and help improve it, ensuring that your users are provided with the best possible.

Why Responsive Design Matters
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Why Responsive Design Matters

Trends and statistics suggest that mobile usage is dramatically increasing, even surpassing desktop...

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