Responsive Web Design

Stand Out in the Crowd!

Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design that makes web pages render well on a variety of devices and window or screen sizes. Recent work also considers the viewer proximity as part of the viewing context as an extension for RWD.[1] Content, design and performance are necessary across all devices to ensure usability and satisfaction.

  • ­One design for your desktop, tab and mobile.
  • ­Beautiful and modern design that makes difference.
  • ­Boost your sales with strategically built user experience.

Responsive web design has become more important as the amount of mobile traffic now accounts for more than half of total internet traffic

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Our Website Design Process

Our comprehensive website design strategy ensures a perfectly crafted website for your business.

Consultation

The process of designing or redesigning your website requires a lot of preparation. It helps everyone if you know which resources you have at your disposal before you ever talk to a web designer. Does your company have access to quality images? Have you designed a logo or developed a style guide for printed materials? What about your personnel? Do you have a writer on staff? Who will handle website maintenance? Gathering this information will help you prepare for a website design consultation.

During your initial consultation, you should expect a lot of questions from your web designer. If they don’t ask questions, then you should consider that a red flag and think seriously about whether or not you are in the right place.

Wire-frame

Wireframing is an important step in any screen design process. It primarily allows you to define the information hierarchy of your design, making it easier for you to plan the layout according to how you want your user to process the information. If you’ve yet to use wireframing, it’s time to get your feet wet. Before we get started though, a quick question: do you need a pro website solution? If so, we have a number of beautifully designed website templates that may fit your needs.

Final Design

After the final decision was made, it’s time to work on the deliverables. The presentation included mockups, but now It’s time to polish the website and put it together to create a brand identity package. Remember to always underpromise and overdeliver. I’ve done so by developing a motion version of the final web concept. I hope this helped you understand how website design process may look like.