Responsive design allows for a good looking website to be presented using the exact same content between multiple devices. We start with a full screen computer presentation and design its look for tablet, mobile, and everything in between.
The idea here is to show as much information as possible to allow the user to get to her goal. With a larger display screen, we don’t have to hide anything, and we can immediately allow the user to decide, with fewer clicks, where she intends to go.
Our tablet user has a bit less screen space, with more touch features and no mouse over capabilities. Here, we get our user to her goal by presenting a slightly condensed version of the site with most features still available. On our tablet version, we might include less distraction and fewer but more direct calls to action.
Our mobile users have a smaller screen and are often less willing to spend a lot of time on a website. We want a clear, obvious, and easy to use menu structure. Content is very important here. We can still have visuals, but they won’t have the same impact, so having clear content is very important.
We always build responsive websites, and we integrate them into anything you need. It’s most typical for us to create responsive WordPress content management systems, but we also build responsive Drupal sites. We can even integrate or convert many already existing custom solutions into fully responsive websites.
The responsive nature of websites relies mostly on HTML 5, so even if you’re using a site that was built with static HTML, we can still convert that for you.