We live in a world with a continuous connection to the Internet. Look at the people around you waiting for their latte at the coffee shop, walking down the sidewalk, or even in the car next to you at a red light. Chances are good they’re looking at their smartphone (hopefully not while driving). This means websites must be designed for viewing on small mobile screens.Read More
V2 Marketing Communications Blog
Topics: responsive website design
The other night was pizza night. I was on my way home from work and searched for a local pizzeria on my iPhone. What appeared was the business’s website which was intended for viewing on a desktop computer, only the text, pictures and links were shrunk to miniature size and crammed on my mobile screen. It’s annoying isn’t it? Google thinks so too.
We’re a society that’s always on the go. Gone are the days of being tied to a clunky computer, or even a laptop. Half of all Internet users browse the web primarily on their mobile device. In fact, mobile web surfing is predicted to overtake desktop usage this year.Read More
Have you ever visited a website on your smartphone, only to see a tiny version of the same website you would see on your desktop computer? So you pinch and swipe to zoom way in, then move the site around and enlarge and shrink it as needed to read and click on things. That is not responsive web design.