In the simplest terms, responsive design websites automatically change their layout to provide a optimal viewing experience on a desktop, tablet or mobile device. Sales of mobile smartphone and tablet devices continue to explode. According to Mashable.com, tablet sales were expected to exceed 100 million in 2012. In many cases, traffic from mobile devices is close to our exceeding 50%.
We only use website templates that meet responsive design standards. To better understand how this works, just re-size your computer browser. Responsive Design websites don’t require you to update one site for the desktop and another for a mobile site. You don’t need to invest in app development for iOS or Andriod.
See how responsive sites work in action. Take a look at a few of our clients through a responsive browser:
[list_item size=”large” icon=”globe” hex_color=”454545″]Saint Simon Summer Festival [/list_item]
[list_item size=”large” icon=”globe” hex_color=”454545″]Dow AgroScience – The Stabilizer [/list_item]
[list_item size=”large” icon=”globe” hex_color=”454545″]Mansfield St. Peter’s [/list_item]
[list_item size=”large” icon=”globe” hex_color=”454545″]Nob Hill Apartments – Pittsburgh[/list_item]
Learn more about our website design services or contact us to see how compatible your current site is with tablets and smartphones.
Want to know more? Here are some great resources on responsive design:
- Wikipedia: Responsive Web Design
- Mashable: Why 2013 is the Year of the Responsive Web Design
- GitHub: What the Heck is Responsive Design