Is your current website ready for the new web?

In a world full of different sized devices - from the smaller iPad mini, iPhone, Galaxy, Kindle to the large desktop computers and laptops, like the 27" iMac, and Macbook Pro with Retina Display - how does your website or blog hold up? Everyone of these devices has a different screen size, screen resolution, and in some cases screen pixel density. There was once a time when websites only needed to fit on a couple screen sizes, 800px - 1600px was really all you needed to worry about. But in the new web, that's no longer the case.

Enter Responsive Web Design, Wikipedia defines it:

Responsive web design (often abbreviated to RWD) is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience - easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling - across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones)

I'm not a huge fan of using industry terms, but this is one I actually like. It feels good when you say it: Responsive Web Design.

Here at Studio412 Design we believe that your website or blog should look good on every device without having to use external plugins, or having to build an app, or even build multiple variations of your site. Your website should just work on any device it's opened on and give the same experience: Wow.

Type in your website below to see how your site looks on different size devices. (It scrolls left and right to view more screen sizes.)


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320 x 480 (iPhone)

480 x 640 (small tablet)

768 x 1024 (iPad - Portrait)

1024 x 768 (iPad - Landscape)

How's that looking on every screen size?
If the answer is "not so good", don't worry.

Studio412 Design is here to turn your outdated site into a glorious responsive treat for you and your visitors.

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