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10 Tips To Build A Responsive Website [Infographic]

10 Tips To Build A Responsive Website [Infographic] | Web mobile - UI Design - Html5-CSS3 | Scoop.it

Want your website to look great on smartphones, tablets, PCs and even TVs? Learn how to go fully responsive.

 

The Web and the mobile browsers remain one of the top ways that users interact with websites and if they have trouble on their smartphone, there is a good chance they are not coming back.

That’s where responsive design can help.

Responsive design is a concept where you build your website once and then format it so it can adapt to any screen size that accesses it. Designers use HTML5 and CSS to build the sites and set parameters so the content will resize itself whether the user is in vertical or horizontal viewing mode, on a tablet, desktop or smartphone or even a screen as large as a television...


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Filipe MS Bento's curator insight, April 18, 2013 7:30 AM

Excelent infografic (as graphic as you can get!):

Sue Myburgh's curator insight, April 18, 2013 3:09 PM

Wonderful - clear and brief.

Cori Zuppo's curator insight, April 21, 2013 6:23 PM

Right on!

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Why a Mobile Website Is Part of Any Business Plan [INFOGRAPHIC]

Why a Mobile Website Is Part of Any Business Plan [INFOGRAPHIC] | Web mobile - UI Design - Html5-CSS3 | Scoop.it

57% of mobile web users will end up not recommending a website if they had any trouble visiting it on their phones. If a business has a bad website for mobile devices, 34% of visitors will end up going to a competitors’ website.

According to WebpageFX, businesses should use CSS for the layout and not tables. They should code with XML or XHTML, and put all the important information on the top of the landing page. ”Mobile website users are usually busy doing something else like waiting in line, walking through town, or spending time out with friends,” reports WebpageFX. “Their main focus is not necessarily your website so information needs to be quick and easy to access.”

By 2015, mobile sales in the U.S. are expected to reach $31 billion (right now they’re at $6.7 billion). Businesses have to get ready and have a solid mobile site, since that’s where many sales will start taking place...


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Shanika Journey's curator insight, April 3, 2013 7:13 AM

I can actually say I'm one of the 57% that feels this way.