Creative Responsive Website
Responsive Website Designing
One Website, adaptive to all Screen Sizes . . . . . .
Responsive web design is an innovative approach to website design and development where in your website is designed and programmed to be fully functional and usable on various screen sizes and devices.
Although responsive web design has been used for the last few years, 2012 was the year that the approach really gained momentum due to the increasing use of tablets and better smartphones. WebLabs has fully adopted responsive website design as our standard approach to web design for now and the future.
WebLabs has experienced professionals with responsive design, and we are quickly growing our portfolio of websites utilizing responsive design.
We have options to:
- Redesign your websites to be responsive
- Convert your existing website into a responsive website
Both the website administrator and website users benefit from responsive web design:
- Same content - you only have to update content and images in one place.
- Better SEO - Google prefers to index one website, and rankings will benefit from the same URLs and page content.
- Happy visitors - your users will have a consistent experience visiting your website on all devices and screen sizes.
Sounds strange, and it kind of is. Basically, the website is configured to display different formatting of the same content at specific screen sizes that affect all elements on the page.
Even images can be re-rendered to the optimal dimension and compression to reduce load times.
What about Responsive E-commerce?
We can do that! WebLabs has applied a responsive design approach to e-commerce websites. All necessary features to ensure an optimal user experience and conversion can be used on a mobile device.
- Product search and faceted results
- Product detail pages
- Account login
- Shopping cart
However, there are unique cases when responsive web design may not be the best solution to produce a mobile presence. Consider a separate mobile website when the user goals and content are strategically different on a mobile device.