Device Responsive Web Design
What the heck is all this about? Responsive Web Design (RWD) is the internet and web designers and developers response to the massive uptake of mobile and tablet devices over standard desktop devices. The trend toward the increased use of mobile devices has required an innovative and new methodology of delivering and presenting website content to the end user, no matter which device they are using.
Device relevant content
In this world of mobile and on-the-go activity, your website needs to cater for the difference between devices your visitors are likely to be accessing it from, this means that from smaller device screen size we should dynamically shape and re-configure your website to display content in a such way that is most relevant to the device being used.
Responsive Web Design
Responsive Web Design (RWD) is the technical response to the trend toward the increased use of mobile and tablet devices, differing screen sizes has required an innovative and new methodology of designing websites, delivering and presenting website content to the end user, no matter which device they are using.
Mobile & tablet friendly content
According to Google, nearly 60% of all web searches are from mobile and tablet devices today. Due to this phenomenon the search engines and social media networks now preference websites that are tailored to suit these devices, making it easier for visitors to find and access them first. Your visitors have gone mobile! Have you?
Search engine optimisation (SEO)
The days are long gone of search engines simply listing and indexing your website and you were found by users. As the web has grown in sophistication, so have the rules around search engine listings. Search Engine Optiisation (SEO) has become one of the primary concerns for website owners, hotmango work with you to develop the best on-page SEO possible making use of tools such as Google Analytics to enhance your website rankings.
Knowing what your website visitors are doing, which devices are used most, what pages are popular and what's not, gives insight and understanding how best to build, layout and present your content. Receiving regular email statistics and access to more indepth analytics can greatly benefit your website use and improve search engine and social acceptance and rankings over time.