I am sure most of you have heard the phrase coined “Responsive Design.” So what is Responsive Design and how does it relate to you? Let us first define what Responsive Design is. Simply put, Responsive Designs adapt to the specific screen size you are using. By designing in a specific pattern and layout, you allow yourself the ability to resize any site on any size device. As you can see, the name Responsive Design could not be more fitting. Please take a moment and watch the following video, which will familiarize you with Responsive Design and give you a better understanding of the demand associated with its remarkable market growth.
I hope you enjoyed the video and found it informative. Let’s talk a bit more in-depth about why Responsive Design is going to be the standard for all future sites.
The data associated with Responsive Design’s creditability in an ever-expanding market is undeniable. Responsive Design is the standard for all websites being created. Recently Google released an update to their search engine which rewards websites that are responsive. If you have had a website developed in the last 12-16 months and do not have a Responsive Design, next time be cautious who you work with. The question remains, what do you do with all this data? The answer for the growth-minded business owner is to not simply store such valuable data, but to utilize and profit from it. If your business does not make a profit then chances are a Responsive Design does not matter to you. For the rest of the world Responsive Design means everything to your business. Overwhelmingly, consumers believe businesses do not care about consumers if they do not have a mobile friendly site. It is all too simple for a potential consumer to quickly navigate away from an unwieldy or incompatible site. The primary goal of any conscientious business owner is to make their service or product available to everyone and everywhere. Maximized exposure leads to increased revenue, simple as that. If you are not available on all devices, then you are not available to all consumers. I hope you found this article interesting, informative and, above all, a great tool for increasing your revenue! Please like, share and comment to help promote the growth this site. What can you simply do that will greatly improve business?
Find out if your website is responsive. Watch the video below and learn how to test your websites responsiveness.