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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Archive for the 'Responsive Design Tips' Category

‘The importance of responsive design for B2B companies’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “The importance of responsive design for B2B companies”. Christopher Ratcliff says, “Out of the entire FTSE 100, only two companies use responsive design. One of these is a Chilean mining company (Antofagasta), the other a UK based commercial property company (Land Securities Group). Of the remaining 98 companies, 42 use dedicated mobile sites, while the other 56 do not provide a separate mobile experience from the desktop version of their site. The Search Agency UK has revealed these results as part of its mobile experience... [...]

‘Responsive web design: five reasons why it may not be the right answer’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Responsive web design: five reasons why it may not be the right answer”. Grant Kemp says, “I generally find myself in agreement with the authors on Econsultancy, but when I read Ben Davis’ article: 10 websites that aren’t responsive (and probably should be). I didn’t agree with this, as I think those websites aren’t responsive because they don’t need to be. Responsive design is a wonderful tool and is a great solution for quite a lot of sites. I have used responsive design to deliver many sites, but it’s... [...]

‘Responsive Web Design Simplified’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “Responsive Web Design Simplified [Infographic]”. Amberly Dressler says, “The benefits of responsive Web design (RWD) are clear. RWD provides a seamless cross-device experience, which both users and the search engines (namely Google) prefer. Still, most websites today are not responsive. So, if you are on the fence about whether to respond to responsive, check out the infographic below from WhoIsHostingThis? to get a simplified rundown of what responsive Web design is, the user experience benefits and more“. Responsive... [...]

‘Prominence: Design and layout lessons from Windows 8’ – ‘MarketingExperiments’ Blog

The latest ‘MarketingExperiments’ blog post is titled “Prominence: Design and layout lessons from Windows 8”. John Nye says, “Small tiles, big tiles, wide tiles, blocks of tiles. Some are self-appointed, some are pre-downloaded and some lead to a miniature world that you love to get lost in like a good book or an Oscar-winning flick. Tiles are a key component of the latest Windows operating system invading PCs, tablets and Windows phones. The technology behind this software teaches us a lot about prominence – the size and location of an object. In this MarketingExperiments Blog post,... [...]

‘Responsive Web Design Simplified’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “Responsive Web Design Simplified”. Amberly Dressler says, “The benefits of responsive Web design (RWD) are clear. RWD provides a seamless cross-device experience, which both users and the search engines (namely Google) prefer. Still, most websites today are not responsive. So, if you are on the fence about whether to respond to responsive, check out the infographic below from WhoIsHostingThis? to get a simplified rundown of what responsive Web design is, the user experience benefits and more“. Responsive Web Design... [...]

‘Thinking mobile first? Think again…’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Thinking mobile first? Think again…”. Matt Hardy says, “In a world where device fragmentation is increasing, taking a mobile-first approach is yesterday’s thinking.  There’s no doubt that the smartphone has changed the way we all engage with the world around us. We’re all glued to apps on our mobiles (Flappy Bird anyone?). And website owners have seen the steady, inexorable rise in mobile traffic to their sites, which spawned the inevitable rethink about how web experiences are delivered on mobile... [...]

‘3 Ways Your Web Design Can Better Connect You to Your Audience’ – ‘Copyblogger’ Blog

The latest post on ‘Copyblogger’ Blog is titled “3 Ways Your Web Design Can Better Connect You to Your Audience”. Rafal Toman says, “
How do people recognize good web design? There is a big difference between good and bad design. Many people can identify a good design, but they don’t know what makes the difference. Most people are not looking at a website and thinking: That website has well-matched serif and sans-serif fonts and a nice usage of white space! Nope. Only designers think that“. 3 Ways Your Web Design Can Better Connect You to Your Audience ‘Copyblogger’... [...]

‘A/B Testing: Is responsive design worth the investment?’ – ‘MarketingExperiments’ Blog

The latest ‘MarketingExperiments’ blog post is titled “A/B Testing: Is responsive design worth the investment?”. John Tackett says, “Is responsive design worth the investment? It depends on whom you ask. You can ask the experts, receive a variety of replies and hopefully draw some conclusions from their answers. Or, you can look to your customer data for insights through a little testing and optimization. During a recent Web clinic, Austin McCraw, Senior Director, Content Production, and Jon Powell, Senior Executive Content Writer, both of MECLABS, revealed how marketers at a news media... [...]