Modernise my website with mobile responsive design

Does your website look great on mobiles, tablets and desktops?

Are you behind the times and your competitors? It could be time for a website refresh including a mobile responsive design that works seamlessly across smartphones, tablets and desktops. 

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What is mobile responsive design?

It’s a technique used to adapt the layout and user interface of your website to improve usability (i.e. easy reading, navigation and optimum load time) on the visitors chosen device. Have you ever visited a website on your mobile and had to “pinch and zoom” to read the text? Well responsive design solves that.

What are the benefits of mobile responsive design?

Excellent user experience

Your visitors will enjoy your website regardless of the device. For those using touch devices, RWD takes into account gestures, such as swipe and tap to make your website intuitively easy to navigate and use.

Increased conversions

As your visitors can now easily use your website regardless of device, they are more likely to convert as you have reduced the friction and improve their journey.

Easier to manage

Using RWD you have just one website to manage. In older techniques you would have a mobile site and a desktop site - which is double the work to manage.

Loved by Google

Google wants and promotes responsive web designs in its search index, meaning if you have a RWD website you’re more likely to rank higher in the search listings over those websites which do not.

Reduced costs and development time

As mentioned using RWD we only need to create one website, which means one set of designs, one set of code, one content management system and one lot of content to load. There is a bit of trade off in testing however, as we now have to test on so many different devices.

How does responsive website design work?

We use a fluid grid technique which allows the website to adapt to the devices width. Think of your website as a grid, made up of rows and columns. When the device width shrinks we stack those rows and columns differently to produce a thinner and longer website so that it doesn't require pinching, zooming or panning to navigate around the website. We also use media queries to enhance things like font size to make smaller text legible on mobile devices.

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Pathway to success

  • Discovery session to understand your business, offering, customers and competition
  • Create rapid prototypes and wireframes to map out customer journey
  • Write a detailed website scope document, plan resources requirements and establish roles and responsibilities
  • Design and develop the new website, bringing the planned experience to fruition
  • Test, analyse and reiterate continuously to seek out maximum benefit

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