Responsive websites change certain elements’ sizes and positioning to fill the space of your screen, whether it is a 30 inch monitor, a 16 inch laptop, a tablet or your smartphone. Most responsive websites use a scaffolding system to achieve these results.
Web design is everything that makes up your website. This includes the way it looks, the graphics used, the content, layout, overall feel, and the way it functions. Web design is the process of collecting ideas, creating a concept and mock up to reflect what you’re looking for, planning the architecture and content, then combining everything together to form a fully operational, visually appealing and intuitively functioning website.
There are many elements to web design which much be taken into account to ensure your website looks great and gets the job done, whether your goals are to market your business, run an online store, generate online engagement and discussion, direct leads to other resources, or direct people to other online services.
The main elements you must focus on are layout, content, colours, fonts, and graphics. A web designer’s job is to combine all these elements in a working format to meet the customer’s needs. All content must be user-friendly, and must ensure your customers will have an easy time navigating your website and will return after first visiting.
We are proud to say that all of our websites are made with the responsive web design best practices in mind, in order to deliver the best results to our clients.