Responsive Design

Ensuring content is in great shape

We’re a bit biased towards responsive design. That is, a single version of your digital assets rendered perfectly irrespective of the device or screen size used to view it.

And with the unparallelled uptake of smartphones, across all demographics and business sectors, even within intranet and portal design, it makes sense in most cases to future proof your site with a responsive design.

Responding to fragmented engagement

According to Nielsen's Australian Multi-screen report, 90% of all media interactions are screen based:

  • Smartphone - 38%
  • Television - 29%
  • Computer - 24%
  • Tablet - 9%

Your digital audience is already “multi device” – therefore going mobile is no longer a “nice to have”, it’s a "must have", as the figures above indicate. And the solution to this increasingly fragmented user engagement is a responsive web design (RWD).

But RWD is not just about adjustable and floating screen elements; it’s more a paradigm that needs to carefully blend clever design and coding know-how within a fluid grid to deliver the optimal user experience.

With the ability to easily show and hide content, rearrange layouts and automatically resize images, form elements and more, responsive designs transform your digital presence to fit the widest variety of screen sizes and device types.

Can you afford not to be responsive?

Start the conversation by telling us about your plans and let’s take it from there.