The consensus among website design pros, regarding industry trends for 2014, is fairly cut and dry (well, at least for now.) And most agree the significant styles for the year will likely fall under the headings of responsive design, story, and simple.
Throughout the week, we will be highlighting all three, but today, we will take a closer look at responsive design – the most critical for small business. Why? Because it is quickly because it is becoming the standard, and if you don’t comply, it will negatively affect your Google ranking.
Responsive design means a set website is a thing of the past. Instead, we must not feel like all elements that fit on a desktop must be present on the screen of a smartphone. That’s where the design comes in, finding a pro who knows what will work best on a smartphone, tablet, or desktop-size screen, and including the elements that make for the most seamless and enjoyable format.
Take some time to check out these responsive design examples of recent Newtek clients:
Stop by tomorrow, to learn a bit more about “simple” design. In the meantime, if you have a project that cannot wait, or you would simply like to discuss your ideas with one of our pros, do not hesitate to reach us at 1-877-323-4678.