What is Responsive Web Design (RWD)?
Okay, be honest. Does “responsive design” sounds like buzzword bingo nonsense to you? That’s okay, we get you. What responsive design means is that you have a web page that shows up properly, looks great, and is easy to navigate on any device.
People may find your website on a laptop, phone, or tablet.
And each of those types of devices has a huge variety of sizes and dimensions to adapt to. If the website is hard to navigate on even one device, you can wave customers using that device goodbye.
Our job is to make sure that you don’t lose customers, by building websites that automatically shrink, stretch and scale to every possible screen size.
Why do I need this?
There are a bunch of reasons to have your site adapt to any device. For starters, it helps you in search results. Sites that have responsive design show up higher in Google results than those that don’t.
But more importantly, this is about your customers – especially the ones who aren’t customers yet. A website that isn’t responsive immediately loses credibility in the eyes of users, and since most users will access your site on multiple devices before making the call to buy, you can’t afford for your presence to be less than perfect on any device.
Mobile website traffic has outpaced desktop and laptop computer traffic for years, and there’s no sign of that trend slowing. Nearly every smartphone or tablet user will use their device to look up businesses at some point. So it’s important that you’re able to convert visitors into customers with a professional, easy-to-use site, no matter how they’re finding you. We always keep that in mind in our design.