(Post first created Nov 2014)
Since that time Google has now announced that from the 21st of April 2015, a responsive website will be a ranking factor for sites viewed on a mobile platform.
Our website passed the test but will your website?
You can check your website by clicking on this link Google Mobile Friendly Test
Mobile Friendly includes devices like IPADS and Android Tablets that are now a large part of the market.
If your site is not mobile friendly, you could be missing out on the tablet market
The image below is an analysis taken from Google Trends which shows tablets are overtaking laptops and desktops.
If you think you don’t have to worry about the mobile market, think again
Traditional web design uses a fixed width suitable for the widescreen desktop.
This website has been designed to display on screens ranging from Desktop computers with widescreens down to the small size of a smartphone.
The future is here with NZServers helping you reach a larger market.
The ability to view websites using many devices is a new exciting area of web development.
We have Desktops, Laptops, Ipads, smartphones, tablets and phablets.
There is a boom happening with smartphones for mobile devices which will keep in increasing.
Some web designers were forced to create an App (application) for each device used.
There has a to be a better way and now there is with ‘Responsive Web Design
The technology used is called ‘Responsive’ design that allows the website to adapt to different platforms allowing your website to reach this rapidly growing market.
Responsive means you can develop a website to fit over all of these platforms using a fluid grid web design using one design.
No separate apps just one source for all of you data which you can change easily using our responsive designs.
(this short Video will explain the concept of responsive websites)
June 26th, 2017