Nowadays, the majority of websites out there is still based on fixed page layouts. This approach has rapidly become obsolete. Due to the explosion of smartphones and tablets over the past few years, the content of web pages is now consumed by a wider array of screen sizes, screen resolutions, and browser types than ever before. The old school method of fixed page layout design, often leads to a lot of annoying scrolling and zooming, especially for small screen devices. This approach has therefore made room for a new methodology: Responsive Design.
So What is Responsive Design?
Responsive Design is more than a buzz phrase of the moment. It’s the answer to particularly vexing problems where web designers are faced with, struggling with the ever-growing number of Internet capable screens of varied widths and heights, many able to swap dimensions with the flip of a wrist.
Responsive Design makes your web page look good on all devices
Responsive Design makes your web page look good on all devices: desktops, tablets, and phones. It is about using CSS and HTML to resize, hide, shrink, enlarge, or move the content of a web page to make it look good on any screen. For any particular device, the Responsive Design shifts the page layout around, so that it makes sense for the people who are looking at it. On desktop computers, the design can be enhanced for the larger screen, with increased graphics size and layouts that target wider aspect ratios. On a tablet, the design can change layout and functionality based on the device type or the orientation of the device. On smartphones, the design can change layout based on smaller size, hide some elements, and even take advantage of smartphone features like geolocation and messaging. Read More >>
Completing the puzzle
For some time now we have been buzzy rearranging all the pieces of the puzzle: our mission, our services, our clients and our projects. What starts to take shape is a more coherent palette of services, , focused on our clients and based on our mission statement. Especially the introspection that was inevitable to formulate a mission statement was great fun… We have come to the conclusion that we seem to have a built-in urge to create, stylize, shape and design our world over and over again. So accomplishing this very urge became our mission. After all, why not be completely indulged in the excitement about art and design itself