We thought it might be helpful to give you a crash course in how this actually works. We’ll try not to get too technical on you!
The practice of designing and developing websites that fluidly adapt content and functionality for the device on which they are being viewed.
Where one design layout gives way to another. Standard breakpoints accommodate smartphone portrait and landscape orientations, tablet portrait orientation, notebook, and widescreen desktop.
Images, logos, icons, button links, and text that make up a webpage. With responsive websites, these building blocks are programmed to shift position or change size to ensure optimal display at each breakpoint.
Unlike traditional websites with rigid, fixed widths, responsive websites expand and contract as needed so all elements look their best regardless of the mobile device on which they’re being viewed.
Write better web copy by getting to know the basic page elements and the jobs they do.
SEO is constantly evolving and these keyword best practices should enter into your website analysis.
How would your clients rate their experience when viewing your site on a smartphone? Make sure your website keeps up with today’s mobile technology!
Sounds like a good plan to us. Happy 4th to co-builders everywhere. twitter.com/AlexOsterwalde…
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