Responsive website design is a form of design whereby “blocks” of content are “stacked” when a website is shown on a smaller screen (such as a mobile sites or tablet screen), and “unstacked” when the size of the screen is increased (or when the site is viewed on a larger monitor). Content size is also modified.
Responsive design is done to fit screens ranging in size from mobile phones to large monitors.
In many cases, a responsive design may be preferable to a “non-responsive” design, but this should be determined in consultation with an experienced law firm responsive website developer. A responsive design should be taken into account at the outset of development, so that if a responsive design is desired, aspects that may not work well in a responsive environment can be avoided in favor of other aspects.
While a responsive design may look good in a smart phone, in most cases a pure (unmodified) responsive design will not be ideal for the following reasons:
In many cases, responsive designs will require some modification to look better in mobile phones.
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