If you have a website or a blog, it is time that you seriously consider switching to a responsive design instead of maintaining a separate mobile-friendly (or tablet-friendly) website.

‘Responsive’ is hottest term in web design industry. Why not? A responsive design looks stunning on all devices. Same website is programmed in a way that it adjusts its layout according to screen. So no matter whether you see it on web, on your iPad or Smartphone, it looks great everywhere.

Responsive design is done with media queries, having multiple versions of images and some more advance CSS techniques.

Apart from its accessibility and better site management features, this technique is endorsed by search engine giant Google as well. Read this article https://developers.google.com/webmasters/smartphone-sites/details to know why you should have a responsive design versus not having a mobile site or separate version for mobile.

Our team is well versed with responsive designs using core techniques as well based on popular CSS frameworks like 960Grid System & BootStrap CSS framework from twitter.

Advantages of Responsive Design:

  • Maintenance of Responsive Designs is easier since there is no involvement of Server-side components and the need is just to edit the underlying CSS for better Look and Feel.
  • Problems ensuing due to difference in links on mobile and desktop sites, get completely ruled out.
  • Since every page on your site has a single URL, website’s SEO (search ranking) boosts up.
  • No separate websites for mobile and desktop needed – Money and Time Overhead gets reduced.
  • Since Responsive Design does not care about User Agent strings, increasing number of mobile devices and mobile browsers every day is not an issue.
  • Site’s usage report over Google Analytics leaves a good mark since usage of mobile and desktop site and users will be consolidated and presented then. Same will hold true for social networking sites.

Our team is well versed with responsive designs using core techniques as well based on popular CSS frameworks like 960Grid System & BootStrap CSS framework from twitter.