We’ve updated our logo and changed our blog design template, something all companies must do when it’s time for a change. So update we did and we made sure that our blog and main website a responsive website design and optimized for viewing from any type of device.
When you decide to update your blog or website, one of the key concerns today is to make sure your new design is “responsive.” A responsive website design ensures your blog or website can be viewed and navigated through whatever mobile device is being used. “Responsive design” is one of the quality factors that Google considers in evaluating websites. Today it is vital that design is conceptualized for the “multi-device experience.”
A responsive website design gives the visitor to the website an optimal viewing experience. Today people look at website from a variety of different sized devices, browsers and resolutions. Most likely you have viewed a website from your mobile device and that website has not been updated for today’s mobile device. It becomes a difficult viewing experience. You have to move the website around on your device, re-adjusting the resolution, magnify the navigation buttons and the content on the page. It becomes difficult to find what you are looking for on the website.
Since 2007, mobile usage for browsing the web has more than doubled. In 2015, some 51% of all people use mobile devices for browsing while only 42% use desktops. With the higher statistics of mobile usage, marketing for mobile becomes essential.
Responsive website design will ensure that a visitor to your website can find what they are looking for. Going mobile design takes into consideration all browsers and device sizes. Today a website has to function on desktops, laptops, tablets and all mobile phones for enhanced viewer experience.