White Paper: A Guide to Responsive Web Design

Guide to Responsive Web Design
Share on

Working in technology and digital marketing means that you spend a lot of your time dealing with changes to the industry. Even just five years ago, the user experience on the web as primarily based off of desktop and laptop use. That's not the case today, as the web is accessed in a variety of different ways. In fact, with so many mobile devices and tablets (all with different screen sizes and resolutions), it's imperative that your website is responsive to provide the user with an intuitive experience.

That's why we decided to write this White Paper. It breaks down responsive web design, from its origins to where we stand today. Included within is the following information:

  1. An overview of responsive web design
  2. Ecommerce, smart phones and the responsive web
  3. Responsive design vs. mobile adaptive design
  4. Responsive design tips
  5. Best practices for designers
  6. Best practices for web developers
  7. Who's currently doing a good job with responsive design

Simply put, this all out guide tells you everything you could possibly need to know about making your website responsive. As experts in this area, responsive design is something we believe wholeheartedly in and practice with each website we approach. Don't miss out on business or potential leads because a user had a negative experience with your website.

DOWNLOAD: Responsive Design Whitepaper

Share on

Blog Author

Chris Apaliski
With a BA in English and MS in Marketing, Chris = good looks and book smarts. Outside of the office, he's a guitarist for the band Redefine and a die-hard Dallas Stars and Texas Rangers fan who enjoys music, film, and cold beer.

Blog Subscription

The subscriber's email address.