In an economy where many businesses see the majority of their visitors using mobile devices, and where search engine ranking depends more and more on mobile-friendliness, having a focus on mobile has become a critical aspect of any web presence.
One of the most common ways to support a mobile-friendly website is by using a “responsive web design,” which adjusts the flow of elements on the page to the best fit for each device — whether desktop, tablet, or phone.
Responsive web design (or RWD) can make a website perform well on all kinds of screen sizes, without requiring a separate mobile website (which is sometimes necessary, but is best done after RWD).
End Point is well-versed in RWD graphics and coding, having completed responsive designs for many of our clients. These clients have seen increased mobile sales and higher mobile conversion rates, as a direct result of responsive improvements.
While RWD is very important and provides great results, we are also adept at additional adjustments that go beyond responsive design and further improve the speed and performance of websites on mobile devices.
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