A Responsive Website
The Internet world is changing before our eyes at a dizzying pace. In the last few years, there has been a very significant revolution in the digital world and with it the Internet use and its influence in the world. Sites that were at the forefront of design two years ago look outdated today. Why is it happening?
The variety of types and sizes of computers, smartphones, tablets is growing rapidly and with it the need to adapt the sites to all platforms.
The Internet world has recalculated its way and is trying to provide a comprehensive solution for all the platforms and devices on the market and for this purpose technologies (including CSS3 and dedicated code libraries) have been adapted to be suitable for developing responsive websites.
Responsiveness – what does it mean?
Responsive technology means adapting the content on the site to all platforms, as they are: desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc. The approach of the technology is – “The content first” and hence the content is adjusted according to the screen content viewed without limiting the possible screen configurations. This is done by building a built-in adjustment in the site code to the different sizes of the screens.
Responsive technology requires web designers to stick to a certain grid (a network of lines that according to a certain legality divides the format) and adapt the design to it since the same grid is supposed to work in each resolution differently. The particular “fixation” created as a result of the attachments to the grid opened up opportunities for innovative design at the level of the site’s mobility.
At the same time as the responsive change in website design, the page has increased in terms of mobility – in contrast to tedious flash openings that were accepted 10 years ago and which no one had the patience to see, today pleasant and refined mobility is combined while browsing the site. No more static page waiting to be loaded but loading page while moving, scrolling down the page is also accompanied by light mobility which adds interest and enjoyment to the browsing experience.
So what is it good for?
• The use of responsive design contributes greatly to the users’ browsing experience, regardless of the device used for browsing, since this design facilitates navigation and use of the site and is suitable for all devices on the market.
• By building a responsive website, the website owner can prepare only one website in advance, which adapts itself to any device from which the user surfs.
At Imaginet Studio, already in the initial stage of the design and characterization process, we put the thinking of customized and responsive design before our eyes. The browsing experience and the use of advanced technologies are the key to setting up a website today in the face of the high standards that the market requires.