Savvycom’s Viewpoints on Responsive Web Design (RWP)

Responsive Design

Since the appearance of RWD concept in 2011, it has evolved into something much more than just
“building a website that could work on any device” – perhaps, that idea still lies at the very core of the concept, but things have come a long way since then. Responsive design now has become a very hot trend by its uniqueness.
Here are few brief points on what RWD means to us:

1.MORE THAN JUST DESIGNING FOR PHONES
Developing responsive websites isn’t just a case of stuffing content into a single column so it works on a mobile phone, it’s treating every single device equally. We don’t design for phones, tablets, and desktop computers separately – we design for every possible outcome as a single experience. Not only to ensure that every user gets an experience that’s optimized for them, but it helps future proofs the site to work for any device.

2. OPTIMIZE USER EXPERIENCES
Screen size isn’t the only obstacle in developing for mobile devices. There are a number of other factors that need to be taken into consideration: connection speed, user environment, device capabilities, pixel density – all these things and more need to be factored to create a truly responsive experience.
A responsive website not only needs to look great on any device, but perform well and react quickly.

3. GIVING MORE CONSIDERATION TO CONTENT
It’s easy when trying to build a device site as simply as design a desktop website, then retrospectively trying to make it work on smaller devices. The problem often occurs when you end up with content that wasn’t designed to be accessible and usable on those devices. At Savvycom, we always consider the content from the very start and design around it before conducting.

4. RWD – THE WAVE OF FUTURE?
It cannot deny that Responsive design is one of the most stunning trends in Web design in 2013. For publishers or web developers, RWD offers the simplest way to reach readers across multiple devices. For users, it ensures interesting experience on every screen. Therefore, responsive web design would be a good choice that leads your company forward.

At Savvycom, we believe that understanding the audience expectation and changes in design is always crucial to web and mobile development. This is our motivation to create professional design patterns and bring the success to your business.
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Savvycom’s Viewpoints on Responsive Web Design (RWP) at: October 8th, 2013 by admin