Responsive Web Design


At DotcomWeavers we implemented responsive Web design, which anticipates user behavior and technology innovations, long before Google required it. Accessing content on multiple devices, from desktops and tablets to laptops and phones, is now a normal part of our lives, which makes responsive design a critical component of your website. Today we continue to leverage our expertise by consolidating your content into a single site that delivers a flawless user experience across multiple devices. This simple, flexible approach supports improved customer engagement at multiple touch points to increase conversions and grow your business.

Time-Saving Consistency

Responsive design relies on Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), which govern fonts, colors, layouts, and spacing. CSS make your content more attractive and ensures consistent styling throughout your site, regardless of the device it is viewed on. This also saves time, because a single ‘fix’ or update is reflected on every page.


With responsive Web design, site navigation varies by device so users always have a seamless experience. As each device dictates a certain display behavior, responsive layouts shift automatically to ensure that touch regions are big enough for users to click, swipe and hover.


Our responsive websites leverage Bootstrap, a flexible open-source framework. It makes front-end design and site execution smooth to give users an enjoyable experience. Continuous metric capabilities allow you to determine what aspects of the website are most effective at turning browsers to buyers.


The constraints imposed by smaller screens require simplified designs, images, content presentation and functionality. This simplified layout provides customers with smoother navigation and greater interactivity across multiple devices, which means more conversions for you.

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More Questions about Responsive Design

Browser compatibility is very important to growing your business. The CSS-base of responsive design allows users to view your website, as it was originally designed, in most browsers. Despite the challenges associated with older browser versions, our comprehensive knowledge of Web technology and thorough development testing enable us to identify and resolve any bugs.
Yes! Many experts recommend initially designing for smaller mobile devices and then scaling up for larger screens. Using this strategy, we also reduce image resolution to fit screen size, which optimizes how images appear on mobile devices.
No. In fact, many experts believe that responsive Web design simplifies marketing because users are driven toward a single website, which minimizes confusion over URLs with “.m” or “.t”. Thus, responsive design also makes marketing, as well as e-mail interactions, faster and easier.
Yes, and this may be a more manageable approach for larger sites to handle the transition. Two possible options here include creating a microsite as a base for your redesign or starting with your most important pages and expanding out. Another option is to combine your e-mail template into your foray into responsive Web design.
Absolutely! Just as we suggest using responsive design to create landing pages to engage users and increase conversions, we also recommend this when it comes to e-mail. Research shows that consumers are "highly likely" to delete an e-mail if they are unable to read it on their mobile device, which means lost traffic, click-throughs and conversions.
Based on our extensive experience, we believe you can. Typically, converting to a responsive website platform takes two to three times longer than creating a standalone site. Though the upfront costs are usually higher, so is the ROI, because customers appreciate the convenience of a consistent and familiar website. Responsive design also broadens your base for ongoing improvements related to new screens and more sophisticated access points. Finally, each enhancement only takes one release to execute, which saves time, manpower and money, and ultimately bolsters your bottom line.
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