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Responsive Design

Responsive DesignResponsive design is all the rage now. You absolutely can not ignore it at this day and age. Ranging from the rookie level to the guru one, you'll find articles and tutorials of all colors and shapes here. You can start from reading our free eBook on responsive design.
Many of the business owners now demand for a mobile version of the website that suits all devices. But, anyone involved in the web design and development will tell you that it is not possible to keep pace with the new devices and resolutions that crop up every day. It is not possible to create a website for each new resolution and device. So, what is the option to use to make a mobile website that is user-friendly and works on all devices alike?
You will often hear web marketing services speak highly about the significance of adopting a responsive web design in e-commerce and for a good reason. Just like everything else, however, it has its own pros and cons both of which need to be weighed carefully before making a significant investment in time and money.
The battle between adaptive and responsive designs have existed since long both the technologies made their way to prominence. But as days pass, and the penetration of internet through the mobile devices increases, the emphasis on responsive designs is higher.
In the early years of web computing, websites were only designed and made to be viewed using desktop computers. The evolution and changes in technology made desktop-only web browsing a thing of the past. Websites were created to have a one size fits all screen size. But with the introduction of modern computing devices, this can no longer be applied. Varying screen sizes have pushed web designers to adapt to a more responsive web design.
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If your website doesn’t offer the fast and user-friendly experience your mobile visitors crave, you will end up with a very poor conversion rate. Online surfers are becoming more and more impatient as technology advances, and it means improving your website in terms of speed and functionality is crucial.
“There are three responses to a piece of design – yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for.” -Milton Glaser
James Kalback wrote an article way back in 2002 when he started working on his first website built with responsive designing. Although his very first attempt was written off as nothing more than a failure, yet since then responsive design became one of the most vital practices in the era of the modern designing industry.
Many people don't realize that responsive design is an important ranking factor. In layman's terms, a responsive design is when a website’s pages reformat themselves depending on the device the user is viewing it from. Responsive design is often considered the future of online marketing.
If you're launching a new website, the most important thing you need is to drive people to visit your site. Now how exactly do you do that?
Don't know a stitch of code but need to get a site up in 40 minutes or less? The current wave of website builders has you covered. What's a website builder? It's an online software platform that allows users to build websites without any kind of HTML or CSS knowledge.