Reponsive sites provide a better user experience
Mobile-phones now officially named as the primary devices used for browsing the web, especially here in the UK, more companies are realising the importance of having a site that effectively delivers content on a smaller screen, and are rushing to get onboard.
According to Ofcom 33 percent of Britons now see their smartphone as their most important internet device and use it for an average of two hours a day to browse websites, use social media, bank and shop online.
Design and visuals aside, the mobile-first model and the restrictions it brings is a useful way for brands to really consider what their core content and message is that they want to communicate.
Smartphones (for the most part) come with significantly smaller screens than tablets and desktops, which limit the amount of content a user can easily view at once. This forces brands to do-away with any information or content which isn’t 100% necessary, allowing them to add it in, along with the additional visual bells and whistles for users as they switch up to larger screened devices.
We believe it is paramount to build websites that are fully responsive, to ensure your website has maximum impact in the market.
Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you think your website needs to go responsive.