Responsive Web Design

In a fast-paced world dominated by screens, it is important for a website design agency to stay one step ahead of the curve in order to offer the best service to our clients. Providing responsive web design means that whether viewing on mobile, tablet or browser, our clients’ websites will provide the best user experience possible.

With ever changing screen size dimensions our talented team of developers work alongside our web designers and UX specialists to come up with the best solutions for every display eventuality across all operating systems. It is the nature of mobile website design to be always evolving and we pride ourselves on the ability to offer the latest trends and technologies working across a number of different platforms and content management systems to deliver quality solutions.

Statistics from 2014 show why responsive website design is important important:

  • Access to the internet using a mobile phone more than doubled between 2010 to 2014: 24% to 58%
  • 68% of adults used internet ‘on the go’
    • 58% used a mobile phone
    • 43% used a laptop or tablet
    • 15% used an ebook reader or other handheld device

In a recent survey it was found that 80% of internet users own a smartphone and almost 50% a tablet and with smart TVs and smart watches on the increase, the need for responsive web design is only going to rise. In 2014 more than half of consumers’ time spent on the internet was done so on a mobile device with an average of 6 hours of media consumed each day. Being able to react to new developments in web design is part of our proposition.

In what is often referred to as Silicon Fen we are situated at the heart of a fast-paced start-up scene with many emerging tech companies looking for responsive web design in Cambridge. We have worked with many small and ambitious companies in this sector and enjoy working with forward-thinking organisations.

As part of MobasGroup, we can offer you more than just outstanding digital services. Find out what our PR and Content team, Brand Strategy division or Creative Design team could do for you.