If you haven’t gone responsive yet then you need to. Responsive website
design has been the buzz word among web designers for a few years now, but
with the rising use of mobile technology by consumers, it is becoming the
buzz word with business owners too.
Responsive web design dynamically reacts to the size, orientation, platform
and device chosen by the user. Each element of the page, from the pictures to
the font, reconfigures to the optimum size for the screen.
At the moment, most websites are focusing on laptop, tablet and mobile
design sizes, with some even calculating in larger desktop computers.
Responsive design isn’t an easy subject to grasp and many people ask us all
the time: What is responsive web design, what is it good for and do we need
it? This whitepaper will cover the benefits of a responsive website and the
basics of a responsive web design, without going too technical.