With people accessing the web today on multiple devices there is a growing need to ensure that if people are searching for your brand, or accessing your content on the web that they can view it no matter which device they are on.
Your website, and the content on your website need to be able to react to the width of the screen. How that content is displayed if the screen is mobile (the iPhone at 320px portrait and 480px horizontal), the tablet ( the iPad is at 768px portrait and 1024px horizontal) and desktop devices (As of today, 99% of your visitors have a screen resolution of 1024×768 pixels or higher)
A website that works on all devices no matter what width the screensize is known as a responsive website. You may have heard this term being mentioned everywhere, and it has become a popular buzzword in the last 2 years.
There are a lot of websites that havnt been made ready for mobile devices, or maybe the website just isnt as good as it could be. You may want to change the website you currently have or create a new one that shows your website as the professional, reputable and well established business that you are.
So where do you start? Do you hire a web developer to create you a website that can solve this obvious requirement Or do you attempt to do it yourself?
Do you buy your own server or do you rent one? How expensive would it be to do each? and how do you set it up? Is it reliable and will it perform fast enough?
Fortunately all the expertise to create a responsive website, and make use of the fastest, most reliable and best value for money hosting available today is all under this website. So feel free to read through more of the articles on this site to find out how, or you can hire me to do it all for you.
Responsive web design is insurance that your website will be ready for all devices future or current and ensures that your website will act as an information gateway between you and your customers, who are increasingly active on the web today.