With mobile responsive design by Blayzer, your web solution can look good and work great on all your favorite devices.
Responsive web design, sometimes called RWD, is the art of altering a single website design to fit a variety of use cases based on the device they are using and its screen resolution. Responsive designs look and feel different on a mobile phone versus a laptop computer, but maintain a consistent brand and user experience across all platforms.
Mobile responsive design improves your website in three very important ways:
- User Experience (UX) – Your website will be easily viewed and used in a format that best fits the device your visitor is currently using. Mobile responsive web solutions provide a completely integrated desktop and mobile browsing experience.
- User Retention – Users on mobile devices will be less likely to leave your site when they are able to easily navigate and find relevant information in a custom mobile design.
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – If your site isn’t mobile-friendly it will be excluded by Google from mobile search results.
Want to see mobile responsive design in action? Visiting http://www.mprsupply.com on a desktop or laptop at full screen, then shrinking the window to a smaller width. Watch as images change or disappear, menus condense, columns shift and stack together, and links transform into buttons that are easy for even the stubbiest fingers to tap. Responsive design makes sites accessible to more users at more times – essential components in the quest for more revenue.
All Blayzer web designs support “responsive” design technology allowing certain elements of the service to display differently on varying devices. We do this by identifying “break points” for the screen resolutions of popular devices. Sites will fluidly shift as you resize the display window, until it reaches one of these break points. When a break point is reached, the layout will “snap” to an optimal design layout for that device.
Blayzer web projects currently support and are QA test for the following mobile responsive breakpoints:
- 2550 x 1080
- 1600 x 900
- 1440 x 900
- 1024 x 768
- 768 x 1024
- 375 x 667
- 667 x 375
- 420 x 736
- 736 x 420
- 320 x 568
- 568 x 320
Fun Fact: The term “mobile responsive web design” and its many variations (RWD, responsive design, mobile-friendly design, etc.) are a bit of a misnomer. What is commonly referred to as “responsive design” actually breaks down into three design types: fluid, adaptive, and responsive. And while it does rely on a designer’s layout and UI/UX skills, much of the grind work that goes into responsive design is actually front-end programming. It also surprisingly involves a lot of math. Responsive design is brought to life by developers using fluid, proportion-based grids, flexible images, smart scripts, and CSS3 media queries.
If it sounds complicated, well, you’re right. It is.