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Definition of a responsive website: A website that responds to the device that accesses it and delivers the appropriate output for it uses responsive design.
As web designers, it is no longer acceptable to just design and code websites for the average sized monitors. Every day, more of the internet’s traffic is coming from mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. This shift in the way users access the internet has forced those of us that make things for online use, to figure out a new way to adapt our designs. The ultimate goal of any skilled web designer should always be to make information easily and quickly accessible, while also presenting the branding of the message in a strong and memorable way.
Responsive web design is a relatively new technique gaining in popularity, and right now is by far the best method of ensuring that your website looks great on all devices and also allows your users to access all elements of your website. The website you are on right now, BrianJosephStudios.com, is fully responsive, and you can test it out by either using a smaller device if you’re currently on a desktop or laptop computer, or you can grab the very bottom right corner of your browser window, and drag it to the left to see the content respond to the viewport.
Already have a website but it’s not responsive or optimized for mobile devices? Let’s talk about it and a solution to get it up to speed.