With mobile browsing rumoured to overtake fixed internet access as early as 2014, how does your site hold out on handheld devices? Mobile phones and tablets devices are fast becoming an essential part of day to day living, with many of us pondering how we used to cope without having the ability to Google something whilst on the move. The importance placed on these devices is only set to increase as new technology is released.
Wouldn’t it be great if your website remoulded to look visually attractive depending on the size of the screen? Well it can, this is known as responsive web design. It’s likely that you have been on a responsive website without even knowing.
Responsive web design provides users with an ‘optimal viewing experience’, no matter what device they are operating. Flexible frameworks supported with CSS queries and re-sizable images allow your site to adapt instantly, showcasing your website to its full potential by displaying the same content when viewed on a desktop in an easier to read and navigate layout.
In its short 3 year history, responsive design has grown to be something site owners are now requesting. With 2013 labelled ‘the year of responsive web design’ don’t get left behind, get in touch with a member of the ne-web team to discuss pulling your site back to life when viewed on your phone, tablet or small desktop monitor.