Why is a Responsive website so important?
Design and development should be according to the user’s behavior and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation. The user can be using their laptop, ipad or smartphone. The website should have the capability to automatically respond to the user’s preferences.
Responsive websites are important as they eliminate the need for a different design and development phase for any new gadget in the market.
Responsive Web Design(RWD) with Fluid grid/ flexible images/ media queries.
- Webpages in variable sizes
- For mobile devices / tablets
With the ability to easily show and hide content, rearrange layout elements and automatically resize images, form elements and more, a website design can be transformed to fit a huge variety of screen sizes and device types.
Test your website for Responsiveness We know that mobile-friendly is a must !
WordPress design templates come with a simulator option plus there is Apple’s simulator to showcase to you how your website will look on a mobile screen.
Why Choose Us?
At Loginworks Softwares, we believe that RWD is not only about adjusting screen size but thinking about design from a totally new perspective. It’s not simply about shrinking things proportionally and rearranging elements as necessary to make everything fit.
It’s much more.
We understand mobile environments: simpler navigation, more focused content, and designing for future, to come up with responsive website development for you.
What changes to expect from a Responsive Website on Mobile device
- The sidebar disappears, navigation goes to the top, and text is enlarged for easy and simple vertical reading.
- The logo is modified for a more vertical orientation, with the tagline below the main icon.
- The featured issue on the right is cut out, and the content below is shortened and rearranged in layout, leaving only the essential information.
- The font size changes with the screen and browser width; as the browser gets narrower, the font size throughout gets smaller and remains proportional.
- The navigation simplifies to just a drop-down menu, great for saving space without sacrificing critical navigation links.
- The columns first collapse into two and then into one. Likewise, the horizontal lines for break points also change in width, without changing the size or style of each line’s title text.
- The sidebars with excess content are the first to fall off when the screen or browser gets too narrow.