The internet has rapidly evolved from 800 x 600 screens which were common in the early 90's. these gave way to 1024 x 768 pixel wide screens, which felt very sophisticated circa 1997 From there the screens have increased to around 1200 to 1600 pixels wide and up to 1000 pixels deep.
But then along came the Apple revolution.
Suddenly small screens were cool.
The only problem was the content did not fit on them.
What was the solution?
Two Websites - one for "normal" size screens, and one for mobile phones?
Just as that might have made some sense it rapidly became apparent that the size of mobile phones screens varied enormously indeed by more than that for desktop or laptop.
The solution came from some clever coders whose first claim to fame was Twitter. What was required was a responsive framework which looked at the size of the device the content was being viewed upon and re-sized the content to fit the screen.
This was the obvious solution particularly as a mobile phone can be portrait or landscape by simply rotating ones hand by 90 degrees.
There are a growing number of responsive websites, but many websites are not responsive the sooner you update the greater will be the boost to your business..
The objective of this site is to demonstrate that one site can work both on
- Laptop / Desktops screens
- Tablets and
- Mobile device
So if you are looking for a partner to develop a website which is packed with the latest features and you can edit yourself please get in contact today.