Responsive Website Design

More than half of all web traffic worldwide comes from people using mobile devices. Is your website ready and friendly for mobile users?

Regardless of the size of your company, it is important that your website function well on both computers and mobile devices. Mobile users are looking for quick load times and information that is easy to navigate. 

More than 60% of all Google searches now happen on mobile devices, and thus the world's largest search engine has forced the hand of any companies wanting to be discovered on its site. In 2019, Google began using mobile-first indexing, meaning instead of looking at the desktop version of your website, it now crawls and indexes your site's pages based on how it renders on mobile.

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What is Responsive Design?

What is Responsive Design?

Responsive design allows your website to display nicely across many different-sized screens and devices, including desktops, tablets, and mobile phones. With responsive design, your site becomes flexible. It adapts to different screen sizes and browsers, giving visitors access to a single source of content. And it is laid out to be easily read and navigated with minimal resizing, panning, or scrolling.

Is Your Site Responsive?

Learn more about how your site looks on responsive devices. Does it hold up on a variety of different cellphone brands and browsers? Does it maintain its design and functionality on tablets? Does everything look good whether those devices are vertical or horizontal?

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Why Your Website Should Have Responsive Design

Improved User Experience

Your customers are mobile, but how about your business? Consumers are increasingly using mobile devices to search for information. By hiring us to create a mobile-friendly responsive website, you can proactively contact new customers and expand your reach while keeping your current customers happy.

Google Demands It With Mobile-First Indexing

Google added having a responsive website to its list of ranking factors in 2016. In March 2021, it announced it will only be using the mobile-first index. So when Google crawls and indexes web pages from your site, it's doing so based on how it renders on mobile.

Foremost Media offers several different options to help make your website mobile-ready and more mobile-friendly.

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Why Your Website Should Have Responsive Design