Responsive web design means using fluid grids, fluid layouts and media queries to adapt your website layout for different screen sizes. Responsive website design means your website will change depending on the growing device so it shows a different layout for mobiles, iPads or huge monitors.

Using responsive web design means your website can adapt to any media and show the user the best possible display of data. Responsive website design means you can build one website to serve all your content and present your brand in a unique way across multiple platforms and devices.

Should I use responsive web design?

Responsive web design is not for every website or business. Some website designs just don’t need to be responsive. If your website statistics tell you that your website is being viewed a lot on mobile browser such as Safari (iPhone/iPad) or you have a very broad range of screen sizes then you may need to think about responsive web design. If you belong to an industry that isn’t very tech savvy and you’re average user is on a 17” monitor then you probably don’t need to think about responsive web design and the extra costs involved.

What are the benefits of responsive web design?

With responsive web design you don’t need to build different versions of your website for different platforms. You don’t need to check for mobile browsers and send them to a different page or website. WIth responsive website design you can have one website, one lot of content, that is made to fit the users screen in the best way possible depending on what device they’re using to view it.

At kc web design Kent we design responsive websites so that they work on iPhones and iPads so if you need to make your website available to a wider range of users and devices then give us a call today.