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Responsive design is a web development accession that creates dynamic changes to the outward show of a website, depending on the screen size and reference for of the device being used to view it. Responsive Web Design is one approach to the setback of designing for the multitude of devices available to customers, ranging from tiny phones to massive desktop monitors.

Responsive Website Design uses self-styled break points to decide how the layout of a site will emerge: one design is worn above a break point and another design is functional below that break point. The break points are usually based on the width of the browser.

Every so often it can be difficult to get started on an innovative approach to designing and building websites, especially when dealing with Responsive Design and trying to break out of the mold.

Responsive Web Design Examples –

  • Mobile Friendly


    Mobile-Friendly
  • Field Notes


    Field-Notes
  • Responsive Real Estate


    Responsive-Real-Estate
  • Off-screen Magazine

    Off-screen-Magazine

Business Advantages of Responsive Web Design

  • Expanding your reach to tablet and mobile audiences
    Growing use of the internet and explosion of web applications on tablet and mobile devices has been the driving strength behind this improvement. Traditionally users would be averted to a device definite site e.g. mobile, but responsive design means one site can be implementing across devices.

    Tablet sales are expected to go beyond 100 million this year, meaning that responsive design has not at all been so important for those looking to optimize their online content. Certainly, some Byte9 sites are already experiencing up to 40 percent traffic from tablet and mobile devices, a well-built commercial imperative to accommodate the smaller screen size in an integrated design.
  • Enhancing sales and conversion rates
    One more advantage of responsive design is that the user has a better site experience as there is no need for redirection, use of standardized Style Sheets (CSS) across devices and integrated design approach will also generate a consistent look and feel. Reliable user experience will have a positive impact on your conversion rates as people are recognizable with navigation and site use across devices. Responsive design removes many barriers that having multiple sites can present, i.e. in functionality, performance and steady look and feel.
  • Save time and expenditure on mobile development
    A chief benefit of adopting a responsive design is that it takes less time than creating an extra separate mobile site, which has been the traditional approach. Testing athwart a number of websites also enlarge your development, support and maintenance overhead. As styles are reused and optimized by device standardized testing methodologies can also be used.
  • Increases user's offline browsing experience
    Responsive design permits site owners to deliver quality content to audiences across devices, the offline browsing capacity of HTML5 mean that sites can be easily accessed ‘up and about’. As HTML5 enabled tablets and smart phones propagate this will become gradually more significant. Email newsletters, and content contained in hybrid HTML5 web applications will progressively more be consumed on the move and in the absence of an internet connection.
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