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The Mobile Web Design Mistakes To Avoid

As mobile web design is still a relatively new phenomenon, there is still a certain amount of trial and error involved in getting it right. Unfortunately, this means that all sorts of problems can arise out of mistakes that are made during the design process; some of these can be solved easily, whilst others could take a long time to put right. The following list incorporates the top mistakes that you should avoid making at all costs: Ignoring the device width The shape and size of the screen can vastly differ between mobile devices; the iPhone, for example, is smaller than the HTC Desire. If you have ignored these differing screen widths, you will find that some users are unable to see your website properly (more often than not resulting in them leaving the site). The design needs to fit whatever screen it is being displayed on. Longer load times…

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Responsive Web Design Is the Future of Your Website

In the changing world of technology if a company is not keeping up with the changing trends you’re falling behind. There was a time where just having a website was enough. However, in the modern market clinging to antiquated methods may do severe damage to a company’s profile. The current trend in web design is responsive websites. This design type framework is the future of web design. The information that follows will illustrate what a responsive website is and why it is needed. What Does Having A Responsive Website Mean? In the most basic sense this means you have a website where the viewing experience has been optimized for any device. When it comes to mobile devices there are two schools of design. One is a mobile template which is a mobile device only version of your website. The second type is the responsive website which means you only have…