Responsive Web Design

RWD – and the screen format is correct!

Automatic adaptation to all screen sizes on mobile browser devices is very important.
Responsive Web Design (RWD)
Responsive Web Design

A good Web presence is essential for your customers and prospects to feel comfortable on your website and to enjoy coming back again. It is no longer enough these days to have a website only geared to making a good impression on desktop devices, because there is an increasing trend towards mobile devices, and there are estimates that in 2014 the worldwide traffic via mobile devices will exceed that of desktop PCs.

Responsive Web Design (RWD), also Responsive Design or Adaptive Web Design!

Whether one refers to the technology by its acronym, RWD, or calls it by its complete name, Responsive Web Design, makes no difference. What counts is the result. Screen sizes have continuously increased in recent years. For quite some time now, there is no longer a standardised PC screen; rather tablets and smart phones are constantly expanding the number of different screen sizes, and this trend is expected to continue. That is why it is vital that you make your Web content fit for the future, in order to ensure that your Internet presence will leave a long-term positive impression on all users.

Adapted Web Design for all Screen Sizes!

We are the right partner for you, and we will bring your message in an appealing design to all mobile devices and in all screen sizes. We use the state-of-the-art technology according to W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), and as a general rule, we programme your website by hand, thus without the use of graphics software.

  • Qualified consultation on how to create an appealing Responsive Web Design
  • Well-devised, bespoke concepts geared to your needs
  • Standard HTML 5 and CSS3 queries
  • State-of-the-art technology according to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

Test – Is your website optimized for mobile devices?

Test here if your website is "Responsive":
Simply enter the URL of your website and select "Test URL".