But for some people, hearing about the benefits just isn’t enough. They have to see what responsive design looks like.
Fair enough, since responsive design deals mostly with aesthetics, after all. But instead of just showing you websites that use responsive design, we’ve got something better.
A recent Fast Company article contains several gifs that show just how responsive design works. Whether you’re curious to see how websites adapt to different resolutions or appear on mobile devices, you can see it in the animations.
The most important thing to keep in mind when looking at the gifs is that you don’t actually have to do anything for websites to behave that way. If you have responsive design, you just set it up once and leave it be. If people access your website from mobile devices, it will automatically adapt. If they use desktops, your website will fit the screen perfectly.
All of this makes the marketing process easier for your business. We talked earlier about how responsive design enhances SEO. With the amount of time you’ll save from using responsive design, you can concentrate more on other marketing efforts, such as creating content and posting to social media.
Although some businesses are interested in using responsive design, they never take the first step since they don’t know how to redesign their website. We offer web design services for this exact reason: to help small businesses with their website marketing. It’s fine if you don’t want to hire an in-house employee, but it’s not an excuse to hold onto your web design from 2005.
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