We are obsessed with instant response. In a world full of devices that can access the Internet at the touch of a button or the flick of a finger, we’ve become more reliant on fast connections and responsive websites. If a website doesn’t load properly on our smartphone or tablet, you better believe we’re already on our way to a website that will.
A responsive website has a different connotation than you might think. When we think responsive, we usually think only about working right. There are many websites that work right on our smartphones and tablets, but for some reason, they don’t fit the smaller-sized screen. It can quickly get annoying when a user has to scroll back and forth and up and down to get the full content of the site. Continue reading