In 2016 for the first time, mobile internet usage surpassed computer usage. It shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone paying attention.
Websites need to be mobile friendly ASAP or the user is going to find a competing website. If your website is difficult to view on a smartphone or tablet and the user cannot get the information he’s seeking, he’ll find a mobile-friendly website and place his order there.
Make Your Website Responsive: A responsive website includes all the same content and information on any device you access it on, but it changes the way it’s displayed and arranged based on the size of the device screen.
Responsive Desings is the process of combining media queries, fluid grids, and flexible images to develop a website that adapts to any browser or device size. (Mobile/ Tablets) Though responsive design does require knowledge of these principles, once a website is made responsive it takes very little upkeep, allowing you to keep a single code for the entire website and thus only requiring you to integrate new features once.
Additionally, when done right, responsive design provides first-class usability for users on almost any device, from laptop to tablet to smartphone. This means that you could depend on one website to reach all potential users.
So, look at your smartphone or someone else’s. If you have to scroll too much or experience difficulty viewing the pages then consider RWD for your website.
The ultimate goal is to increase sales because more and more people are buying services online so consider keeping your website, your face to the world–current. It’s no secret that we’re moving away from our computer desks and looking for answers on the small screen — is your site ready?
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