With responsive websites now rapidly becoming the norm and the must have style of website design, there are still some other considerations to think about.
A website that automatically loads to mobile phones and tablets are great as it means you don't have to zoom in and out to read the content and a responsive website design makes the site content clearly readable and accessible.
But let’s not forget that the user experience and content have to be done right too.
Content has to be fresh and regularly updated for search engines like Google to take notice of your website, while they look for regular news updates and posts, product updates, new pages and changing content.
A paragraph here and a paragraph there may be enough to talk about your service or product, but it may not explain to the general public exactly what you are offering. By adding to your paragraph and talking about your product or service that you will know inside out, you will get a better listing on the search engines and your website viewer will become more engaged with what you have to say.
All this content needs to easily accessible though, and that's when navigation becomes key. Having a responsive website with poor navigation could cost you a customer or a client. So by making sure the menu is always accessible on any device we can ensure that anyone viewing your website can get to the information you want them to see.
If you would like to discuss a new website or a website redesign, please don’t hesitate to get in touch