Responsive Website Design is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones.
Unless you are new to the industry absolutely, you will have heard about responsive design. It is bound to be something you will have come across or socialized with in some way or another, even if you don’t understand it fully.
In summary, responsive web design is the art of designing websites for a multitude of screen sizes and devices, so that there is an ideal experience for every user at every potential size.
Web design that is responsive is at its best when it’s device agnostic; where you’re not planning to design for sizes or particular resolutions, such as for iPhone or iPad sizes. Instead you should be planning to design with design and the content in head and how this content flows and adjusts to the various environments it might be seen or used in.
Below are a few of the third-party website solutions, we have used in the past to fullfill the needs of the companies we work with. If any of these platforms look like something your website will need, please bring it to our attention, when you contact us.
There’s a good chance that visitors to your site will be using a smartphone, and it’s important to provide them with a great reading experience while on the small screen.
Vivo Graphics will optimize your website with mobile themes for small screens. It uses the header image, background, and widgets from your current theme for a great custom look. Post format support is included, so your photos and galleries will look fantastic on a smartphone.
Visitors on iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, and other mobile devices will automatically see the mobile theme. In today’s mobile world, an optimized mobile website is integral to building consumer awareness, increasing consumer engagement, and growing your customer base – both online and offline. With 50% of American adults now owning smartphones and other mobile devices, mobile is quickly becoming the preferred way of connecting – with friends, information, and businesses – 24/7.