It’s that time of the year, when presents are being wrapped and stockings are being hung. This holiday season is expected to be a bit different than year’s past however, as more people than ever before will be finding electrical items such as tablets and cell phones under their Christmas tree.
Tablets and smart phones such as the iPad, iPad Mini, and the iPhone are in hot demand this year as people continue to transition to mobile devices. Mobile devices are continuing to increase in popularity as people tend to want to be able to get on the internet wherever they go.
The rise of mobile devices leads tons of questions to business owners throughout the world, including what to do with their website. No longer are people simply going to a computer screen and looking at a website. They are now viewing websites on screens that are as little as 4 inches, meaning that a website owner has less space than ever before to convey his message.
So what is a website owner to do? The answer to this issue is of course Responsive Design. Once people thought you needed to have two different websites a mobile version and a desktop version, but now responsive design seems to be the way to go. Responsive web design is an approach to web design in which a site is crafted to provide an optimal viewing experience – on every device, no matter it’s size. So no matter if your website visitors are visiting your website from a computer or an iPhone your website will adjust to the users looking at it.
No longer will you be losing content and visitors by putting up a mobile version of your site. A responsive web design allows you to keep all of your same content and keep your website mobile friendly. So if you’re looking to make a transition for your business in 2013 look no further than responsive web design.