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Separate Mobile Website Design Vs Responsive Web Design

Posted on the 23 May 2013 by Zafar @seompdotcom

With the popularity of tablets and smartphones, the demand for Responsive web design is more demanded than ever. More and more people are adopting Responsive designs and this trend is expected to become more intense as the percentage increase of mobile Internet users. This development has created a huge demand for the services of web designers and developers proficient in this highly customizable website designs. We can see that WordPress themes are available in designs that meet the challenges of adopting different screen sizes.


As expected, some useful tools that respond to newly emerging web design to support the process of designing and developing websites Responsive. Thanks to the great community of talented developers who made all these resources. You may ask – what exactly is a Responsive web design tool to use? What tools do we need to be ahead of the game Responsive? If you are a web designer or developer considering to explore and possibly specialize in Responsive web design, you’ve come to the right place. We are sharing with you some of the most useful tools and resources to help you build a toolbox Responsive design.
You can find valuable tools to help, prototyping tools, code generators, and even a collection of designs inspired by websites in this article. We hope this collection can help you enter the world of Responsive Design and make a difference.
Responsive Web Design (RWD) is a web design approach which crafted a site to provide optimum display in the browsing experience with easy to read and with minimal change in the size, velocity, displacement and through a wide variety of devices (from the desktop to mobile phones).


A site designed with RWD uses CSS3 media inquiries, an extension of the @ media rule to adapt the design to the viewing environment, along with proportion based fluid-flexible networks and images.

There are some benefits of having a completely separate web design to display your site on mobile nicely. Some of the advantages are:
a) Instead of responsive web design stand-alone mobile site designs load faster.
b) Already existing large desktop website design will remain intact.
c) Responsive web design is costly than stand-alone Mobile Website Design.

Responsive web designs need to have a sense to recognize the device in entire span of continuity for different size and resolutions. Images are heavy and takes too much time to load therefore, plenty use of images is not recommended.

Mobile devices are becoming more and more technically advanced therefore the difference in load time is reducing day by day. It is a smart choice of developers too to develop the design which is in trend and more in demand.

Author’s Bio: John Smith is a renowned author in USA and he is also working with SEO Rank Smart as a SEO Executive. SEO Rank Smart is a professional SEO company based in India. We provide complete Internet Marketing Services like Search Engine Optimization Services, SMO Services, Web Design & development services to our clients in USA, India and more countries.

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