Posts tagged with 'adaptive design'
Responsive design posts are always popular on the Econsultancy blog. That's because people enjoy looking at beautiful things.
We've previously rounded up some of the best sites of 2013. We've also looked at the ins and outs of RWD and at some examples of responsive email.
I thought I'd add to our roundups and look at a brief selection of agencies with responsive sites.
Do have a play around with them by resizing your browser or accessing on mobile. There's a few screenshots for each and you can click through from the desktop images.
More than half of companies (55%) now have mobile optimised websites, according to our new Reducing Customer Struggle Report.
The data also shows that 44% of companies have iPhone apps while a third (33%) have Android apps and a quarter have one for iPad (26%).
The survey of 500 business professionals, published in partnership with IBM Tealeaf, found that just 22% of companies still don’t have any kind of mobile presence.
When asked how they optimise the mobile experience, just under half (46%) of companies surveyed indicated they use responsive design (client-side), while only a fifth (22%) use adaptive design (server-side).
One Web is a foundational website development principle for tackling today’s diverse, multi-screen world.
You may or may not have heard of it yet, but One Web will soon be acknowledged as the only way to build modern and future-proof ecommerce websites.