Are you ready to give up your mobile customers? If NOT, you’d better embrace Responsive Web Design, if you want to keep and hold your customer’s attention.
Don't you hate it when people aren't responsive? You make a call or send a text or email and the person you are trying to reach just doesn’t respond! That's rude and unprofessional. The same can be said for unresponsive web sites. How many times have you tried to find information or look for an item you want to buy, only to be frustrated by unresponsive sites that don't work well on the device you are using?If you are in business, you need to give some serious thought to the concept of Responsive Web Design (RWD), Adaptive Web Design (AWD). You need to serve your customers, users and partners with the software solutions and sites you have designed to promote your business and sell products and services.###Details >
In 2012 Desktops ruled. In 2014 Smart Phones are the only game in town. Connect to your customers and business users with RWD, AWD, Ux re-design and software re-engineering.
Buzzwords like bring your own device, responsive web design (RWD), adaptive web design (AWD), mobile first and content first are flying through the offices of every technology team and IT consulting firm on the planet! In concept, these considerations apply to every business and consumer application in the design, migration or upgrade phase in today's business world. However, building a high performance, heavy data centric, multi device mobile business solution is challenging! Software Product Development and, in particular, Product Development, Management and Support (PDMS) must include a serious consideration of RWD and software usability improvements.###Details >
When you consider the portability of technology in today’s world, it may seem as if mobile access has been with us forever. Not so long ago, mobile access was limited to pagers and ‘car phones’ that fit in a suitcase. While we are very comfortable with the access provided by smart phones and tablets, the technology of mobile access is changing every day. For businesses, this ever-changing landscape of devices, applications and social interaction can be confusing. The changes in technology do not stop long enough to give a business the chance to catch up. Consequently, it is imperative that businesses look at Responsive Web Design (RWD) and Adaptive Web Design (AWD) to provide the kind of access a customer or prospect expects.If you want to sell your products and services in a world of mobile access, you must make your sites and applications suitable for diverse size screen and devices. It is too expensive and time consuming to build and maintain multiple site versions, or numerous upgrades, migrations or site maintenance requirements.###Details >
If your enterprise is considering Responsive Web Design (RWD) or Adaptive Web Design (AWD), it is important to understand that the decision process does not end with RWD and AWD. To successfully design, develop, configure, integrate and implement a flexible web design, the business must also consider the questions related to 'Content First' and 'Mobile First'.'Content First' and 'Mobile First' methodologies are designed to put the emphasis on content prioritization, and to ensure that important information reaches the users, no matter what device they are using. These methodologies are often part of a responsive design strategy, and reflect an approach that allows the enterprise to display important business information to users quickly and with established priorities. If the navigation menu or company message is not clear or if it does not load fast on a smart phone the business may lose clients, customer trust, credibility and revenue. Having a content first strategy will help the enterprise to establish and sustain trust by respecting the user's time and attention.###Details >
There has been a lot of discussion about Responsive Web Design (RWD) and Adaptive Web Design (AWD) in the trade press and among enterprise IT teams looking to convert web sites and apps to user-friendly, flexible mobile displays. One of the main issues facing the enterprise is to decide between RWD and AWD. Once this decision is made, it is difficult and expensive to turn back. This article focuses on some of the differences and benefits of each of the techniques.Responsive Web Design: True responsive design is fluid, and uses CSS3 media queries to respond to any screen sizes. With CSS3, you can create a flexible grid where text can wrap and images can shrink and adjust along with your browser.###Details >
There has been a lot of discussion about the benefits of Responsive Web Design (RWD) in both consumer and business-to-business markets, and we do see some of the large vendors and enterprise service providers investing in RWD. But, it is also important to note that RWD is no longer an option for business sites – large or small. It is a competitive necessity!Consumers, business partners and suppliers expect to have easy, intuitive access to a business site to get information or purchase a product or service. If the site is cumbersome to use on a Smart Phone or Tablet, or if it fails to accommodate a variety of screen sizes, a business will lose customers. Consumers today are more sophisticated and less patient with clumsy user interfaces. The evolution of RWD is a natural response to the increasing mobile, agile, flexible environment a user demands.###Details >