Website Design - 7 Aug 2013
Creating a Responsive Website Design Enhances User Experience
The growing use of web browsers, iphones and other devices to open websites has increased the necessity of responsive design. The users expect an easy navigation with less of resizing or scrolling. Such designs enable optimal viewing experience in desktops, mobile phones, tablets and other screens.
Lot of designing communities have started to create designs for mobile phones and other small screens. Tochscreen phones, tablets and notebooks have become hot favourite to many busy professionals who browse internet and visit various websites through them. However, if they find that the sites do not open, or do not load properly or they cannot view the images or texts in it, they will skip to another site.
If you are a website owner and deal with some products and services, you would definitely not want your visitors to leave the site for its unresponsiveness. A responsive website design should enhance the user friendliness and should adjust itself in any screen size.
Responsive design is a combination of ideas and techniques like Fluid Grids and media queries. Fluid grids help in creating responsive designs. However, when the width of the browser becomes narrow, the design may break down. Responsive design has taken care of this problem by using media queries that allows gathering the data from the visitor data and uses it to apply CSS styles.
If you want to check if a website is created in a responsive design, you can open a page of it in different screens and see if the page fits into the screen without giving you the pain to resize it.