Web design: Preferably responsive and modern!

illustration of websiteResponsive web design is the answer to multiple screens and the development of internet-enabled devices with differing display sizes. Exciting for users, but it has seen web design faced with major challenges.

A website, which has been created to be shown on a standard monitor, stumbles upon display and output problems when accessed from a smartphone. Images use up valuable loading time, content is confusing and operating becomes unnecessarily complicated when important buttons or links get lost on the small touch screen. This can even affect the use of oversized monitors – the screen isn’t filled, the menu bar is too small or images are pixilated.

We create responsive websites, that automatically adapt to the size of your display and operating system. This includes responsive programming, responsive design and responsive content.

Responsive web design: Optimally shown on all display sizes

Responsive web design can be defined as the reactive design of websites. Creating responsive pages is, at first glance, most complicated in the concept, design and development phases. In the long term, however, responsive websites are cheaper to care for and maintain, as well as more flexible when introduced to new devices.
illustration of display sizes

The spectrum of display sizes ranges from 5 – 30 inches:

  • smartphones: 5 – 7 inches
  • tablets and iPads: 7 – 12 inches
  • netbooks: 10 – 12 inches
  • laptops: 13 – 17 inches
  • desktop monitors: 15 – 30 inches

When you have a responsive website, your web presence can be accessed from all devices. It doesn’t matter whether it’s on your desktop computer, smartphone or tablet: the website will automatically adapt to fit each display.

Responsive design: One version for all devices

Only a few years ago, it was sufficient to program a website so that it could be shown optimally by all browsers. In the age of multiple screens, however, we are faced with another factor: programming websites for different sized displays. There are two possibilities: mobile versions, which are also programmed for desktop computers, or responsive design which adapts automatically.

An additional mobile template means that the website exists twice, so to speak. In the short term, mobile versions have indeed solved the problem of presentation, yet they can’t keep up with the increasing variety of display sizes. To be able to use a website optimally, in theory, one needs to develop, care for and maintain an individual version for each display size.

Responsive web design introduces programming which adapts content, design and loading time to each display size. The result is a seamless operation which simplifies switching between devices. Above all, the long-term maintenance, care and content management are less costly when only one website needs to be serviced. Given the constant development of new devices, it is more sustainable and economically sensible to design a responsive website.

Mobile loading times: An important factor for ease of useillustration of loading time

Not only the presentation, but also the loading time determines the functionality and ease of use of a website. For users who are, for example, surfing the internet on the bus, train or in other places with low network coverage, the amount of time it takes to load your website can be a determining factor in whether it is ever seen.

When it comes to mobile connections, large image files and small displays are anything but user friendly. On one hand, it takes too long for the website to download completely and, on the other, detailed images on small displays do not achieve the desired result. When it comes to varying screen sizes and context, responsive design means that content such as images and text will adapt to fit.

References und examples

Below you will find a few selected references from the field of responsive web design. The projects vary: company websites, portfolios and online shops. Functionality and an uncluttered design were always a priority.

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Our web design services at a glance

  • responsive design
  • responsive programming
  • responsive content
  • modern web design
  • WordPress CMS
  • e-commerce (online shops)
  • Woocommerce (WordPress E-commerce)
  • maintenance and care

Your benefits

  • accessibility of your website from all devices
  • short loading times (PageSpeed optimization)
  • modern website
  • custom tailored website concepts
  • agile web development
  • personally available for you in Berlin

Web design: Preferably responsive and modern!

illustration of website

Responsive web design is the answer to multiple screens and the development of internet-enabled devices with differing display sizes. Exciting for users, but it has seen web design faced with major challenges.

A website, which has been created to be shown on a standard monitor, stumbles upon display and output problems when accessed from a smartphone. Images use up valuable loading time, content is confusing and operating becomes unnecessarily complicated when important buttons or links get lost on the small touch screen. This can even affect the use of oversized monitors – the screen isn’t filled, the menu bar is too small or images are pixilated.

We create responsive websites, that automatically adapt to the size of your display and operating system. This includes responsive programming, responsive design and responsive content.

Responsive web design: Optimally shown on all display sizes

Responsive web design can be defined as the reactive design of websites. Creating responsive pages is, at first glance, most complicated in the concept, design and development phases. In the long term, however, responsive websites are cheaper to care for and maintain, as well as more flexible when introduced to new devices.
illustration of display sizes

The spectrum of display sizes ranges from 5 – 30 inches:

  • smartphones: 5 – 7 inches
  • tablets and iPads: 7 – 12 inches
  • netbooks: 10 – 12 inches
  • laptops: 13 – 17 inches
  • desktop monitors: 15 – 30 inches

When you have a responsive website, your web presence can be accessed from all devices. It doesn’t matter whether it’s on your desktop computer, smartphone or tablet: the website will automatically adapt to fit each display.

Responsive design: One version for all devices

Only a few years ago, it was sufficient to program a website so that it could be shown optimally by all browsers. In the age of multiple screens, however, we are faced with another factor: programming websites for different sized displays. There are two possibilities: mobile versions, which are also programmed for desktop computers, or responsive design which adapts automatically.

An additional mobile template means that the website exists twice, so to speak. In the short term, mobile versions have indeed solved the problem of presentation, yet they can’t keep up with the increasing variety of display sizes. To be able to use a website optimally, in theory, one needs to develop, care for and maintain an individual version for each display size.

Responsive web design introduces programming which adapts content, design and loading time to each display size. The result is a seamless operation which simplifies switching between devices. Above all, the long-term maintenance, care and content management are less costly when only one website needs to be serviced. Given the constant development of new devices, it is more sustainable and economically sensible to design a responsive website.

Mobile loading times: An important factor for ease of use

illustration of loading time

Not only the presentation, but also the loading time determines the functionality and ease of use of a website. For users who are, for example, surfing the internet on the bus, train or in other places with low network coverage, the amount of time it takes to load your website can be a determining factor in whether it is ever seen.

When it comes to mobile connections, large image files and small displays are anything but user friendly. On one hand, it takes too long for the website to download completely and, on the other, detailed images on small displays do not achieve the desired result. When it comes to varying screen sizes and context, responsive design means that content such as images and text will adapt to fit.

References and examples

Below you will find a few selected references from the field of responsive web design. The projects vary: company websites, portfolios and online shops. Functionality and an uncluttered design were always a priority.

imageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimageimage

Our web design services at a glance

  • responsive design
  • responsive programming
  • responsive content
  • modern web design
  • WordPress CMS
  • e-commerce (online shops)
  • Woocommerce (WordPress E-commerce)
  • maintenance and care

Your benefits

  • accessibility of your website from all devices
  • short loading times (PageSpeed optimization)
  • modern website
  • custom tailored website concepts
  • agile web development
  • personally available for you in Berlin

Your contact

Marcel Schrepel
Marcel Schrepel
CEO | Head of SEO

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