Responsive web design makes it possible to ensure the uniform display of contents on a website. In this connection the design of a website is so flexible that this provides a consistent user experience on the PC, tablet and smartphone and the content can be completely and quickly received by the visitors..
Let your visitors participate on your information and join with them in a multimedia dialogue with the involvement of, for example, Events.
The size and resolution of the display on desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones, e-book readers and televisions may vary significantly. For this reason, the appearance and operation of a site are highly dependent on the device. Sites that are equipped with a reactive design, consider the different requirements of the devices. The aim of this practice is that websites customize their view that they present themselves every viewer as clear and user-friendly as possible. Criteria for customized appearance are besides the size of the display device, for example, available input methods (touch screen, mouse) or the bandwidth of the Internet connection.
Especially block elements must be treated differently. If the design grid uses multiple columns, they can be variably adjusted to the width of each screen and for small resolutions when a representation side by side does not fit anymore, they will be moved among themselves or will be alternatively positioned. Images should be scaled at most on their surrounding element, but in principle not beyond their native size. Backgrounds with motive for small representations can be simply omitted. Logos can be reduced like images or be replaced at large and highly detailed graphics by a smaller Signet. Vertical menu bars often need a lot of width and can be repositioned as a list, also can be folded and only appear when clicked or scroll position.
The advantages of responsive web design is shown in statistics and trends for the usage of mobile devices. The increasing market share of smartphones and tablets like iPhone and iPad also require a rethink when designing websites.
According to statistics, more sites were viewed via mobile devices in 2014 than through desktop devices and the number of different devices and therefore the variations in the resolutions continues to grow.