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Responsive Design for Mobile
Are You Ready For "Responsive Design"?
What is it?
You may have noticed some web sites work well on any device from a desktop to a laptop to a tablet held vertically or horizontally to a phone. That capability is delivered through something called Responsive Design. The site "responds" to the width of the screen and delivers its content in an appropriate way specially for that screen size.
How Can I Tell if a Site is Responsive?
You can check whether a site is responsive by opening it in a browser on a desktop computer. Grab the side of the browser and as you narrow the width, notice what happens to the website. If it changes as you get narrower, the site is responsive. For an example, try it on ICG Link's site.
How Can I Get It?
As you might imagine, responsive design costs more because we have to design the site several times for the different views. Fortunately, just about any design can be modified to be responsive, so give us a call and we can tell you what it might take in your case.
If you need a face-lift anyway, that's a great time to add it because we can design the site in such a way as to minimize the extra cost. Give us a call at (877) 397-7605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.