Responsive Web Site Design
In today's increasingly mobile-centric world, having a web site which is easy to view and navigate on any device, whether it's a desktop computer, a tablet or a phone is essential. Mobile Internet usage is growing quickly as Desktop Internet usage is declining. Soon, mobile devices will be the dominant internet access tool of choice (it already is in some parts of the world) Using a "Responsive Design" framework we can help you convert your existing web site to a mobile freindly user experience quickly and easily.
What is Responsive Design?
Responsive design is a new development technique which uses HTML5 and CSS3 (excuse the techno-speak) to create a web site which "responds" to the size and resolution of the device which is viewing it. As the browser window changes, so does the layout to keep it legible and easy to navigate on all devices! This avoids the necessity of creating a specialized .mobi site and all the content remains consistent across all platforms.
Using a templated framework, we can convert your site to a responsive design quickly and cost effectively, sometimes in just a matter of hours. Further, since the responsive pages are deployed in a homogenious setting, you can choose to convert only those pages which are most important to be viewed on mobile or tablet devices or, you can choose to convert different pages in a phased approach over time.
Try this example
- Go to this web page and enter your web site's address in the input field.
- Then you can see how your web site will look on any platform by clicking the devices in the icon bar.
- Now, try it with this web site! See how the site responds to the size of the display, keeping it legible and easy to navigate.
Or... try this:
Simply resize your browser window on this page to make it narrower and watch how the display dynamically adapts to the new size... Now try that with your web site.
Pretty cool, huh?
Let us help you
We can apply this same technology to your site quickly and cost effectively. Call us for a free, no obligation estimate.