Responsive web design is a term being used and heard more often in the web design world. It’s true that responsive web design has taken on the Internet design world by storm. Sam Kusinitz, writer for HubSpot.com shared a quick and simple definition of what exactly Responsive web design is. Check it out.
Shari Thurow, writer for MarketingLand.com, a website on all things Internet marketing related, shares four things she believes Internet marketers should understand about user experience.
When doing a website redesign, there’s a lot to consider and there are many people who want to be involved when it does happen. Designers want to talk about building a better user experecen. Developers want to upgrade technology for mobile and tablet Internet use. Your SEO team wants to keep as many of your rankings intact as possible.
Responsive web design is all the rage these days. If you’re going to have a website, you better make it responsive. So, what exactly makes a web design responsive? Responsive web design is an approach to web design that adjusts to the user, from varying browser sizes to changes in device. It’s been around for a few years, but it’s finally taking off and having a huge affect on websites.
Websites are incredibly versatile as a medium, to be used to display information and other content, and if well designed they can do this in an enjoyable way that’s easy for the reader to digest.
Over the past few years, website design has gone through various trends. One of the trends that has staying power is minimalism. This may be simply because it’s a timeless concept that has been popular in various mediums throughout the ages. So why not in web design?
Carly Stec, writer for IMPACT describes the benefits from your business’s “About Us” page on your website can have for your marketing and sales. Stec says that often times, the About Us page is undervalued.