Responsive web design (RWD) is a web design method that automatically renders the website based on the screen size. As a result, regardless of the device used to visit the website, the appearance and feel of the website (i.e. design, layout, and experience) should stay the same. In this article we discuss the Role of Responsive Web Design on Your Website Performance.
In this article we answer the question What is the Difference Between Mobile-First Design, Adaptive and Responsive?
In our current age, most of our time spent browsing the internet is done from behind the screens of our mobile devices. There was a time, not particularly long ago, when most web pages were not accessible on mobile devices. No more are these days, and rather, most web pages are designed entirely around mobile device optimization. In this article we discuss The Importance of Making a Website Mobile-Friendly.
Take a moment and think about all the devices that you own that can be used to view websites. If you are like most people, this list has grown over the past few years. In this article we discuss Web Design For a Multi-Device Audience
Unlike some years back, today, creating a digital presence for your business goes past putting your website online. In this article we answer the question What’s The Difference Between Web Design and Web Development?
Responsive web designs have been here for a while and with the increase in usage of smartphones and tablets, responsive websites have gained popularity. In this article we discuss Challenges in Designing Responsive Websites.