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Responsive Design


With more and more people using handheld devices for using the internet, it is more important than ever to ensure that your website works well across the many devices that are available today on the market.

A responsive design of your website ensures that it will respond according to the device and screen width used by your visitors providing them with a usable experience.

Since 2019, Google also introduced mobile-first indexing which means that they’ll predominantly use the mobile version of a website’s content for indexing and ranking (instead of the desktop version). They crawl a website with a smartphone agent so if your website does not cater for mobile devices, then it will now undoubtedly hinder how your website can be found in search and perform online.

We can work with any of these platforms

I have worked with Geoff for 8 years and he has been pinnacle in achieving the goal objective……..getting the company to no1 for the keywords set for organic listings in a very competitive market. I can’t recommend his services highly enough. On a personal level I have found Geoff to be accommodating, helpful and easy to work with. Anyone who employs his service in my mind will not be disappointed.
Kerry Murphy-Kaytan
Online Marketing & Ecommerce Manager at Vufold

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What is Responsive Design?

Responsive website design (also abbreviated to RWD) is a methodology of creating a website that responds across any device depending on the width of the device screen, whether this be on desktop, tablet or mobile.

Depending on the screen size, the content (text copy, videos and images) resize and reorganise themselves automatically according to the width available.

This is controlled via the use of a fluid grid system and media queries which set breakpoints to determine when to stack content.

Every company that has a website should have a version that works on handheld devices like tablets and mobiles.

We would struggle to come up with many scenarios, if any at all, where a company would not benefit from a responsive web design.


We’ve put together a selection of commonly asked questions relating to buying Responsive Design services and our provision of the service.

Please note: Our Responsive web design learning centre and FAQs on responsive web design is frequently updated. Page last updated on 29th September 2020.

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