January 29, 2015

Responsive Design: The Future

What's in store for the future of Responsive Web Design? We've covered the history of responsive and present day uses of the technology. So what's next? Yes, even something considered to be the future always has ways to improve. Responsive Server Side (RESS) and responsive typography are two major reasons the future's so bright for responsive, and for your business...
January 22, 2015

Responsive Design: Today

In this second part of our series on responsive web design, we’ll explain how to utilize responsive design to better serve your visitors and offer a better user experience on your site. Why make two sites when one could be more powerful, modern and effective? Responsive is pretty powerful design method and can significantly improve your business....
January 15, 2015

Responsive Design: A History

From humble beginnings to the standard of high-end, future-proof web design and development, responsive design is crucial for your business website. This three-part series will give an in-depth view of the history and future of responsive, and why you can't afford to miss out on the opportunities it presents....
April 9, 2014

Spring into Responsive Design

With spring's arrival, now’s a great time to refresh your digital marketing. 2013 may have been the year of responsive web design, but don’t worry -- it’s not too late! If you have not yet joined the responsive design bandwagon, now is the time. Think of it as spring cleaning. Out with the old, in with the new....
June 29, 2012

The Responsive Design approach: What you need to know

Responsive Design. You've heard of it, we've talked about it before, and it is quickly becoming a hot topic in the world of mobile. We're going to walk you through the nitty-gritty technical details of how to make responsive work for your business. So grab your web guy and read on.
June 6, 2012

Respond, don’t react: How Responsive Web Design can help your business

For years, businesses have taken it for granted that customers were viewing websites on 15-to-19-inch computer screens. But times are changing and consumers are now using multiple devices to view websites and even to make purchases.