What’s the Difference Between Responsive and Adaptive Design?
Your brand new website looks awesome on a desktop. Congratulations And then you start getting calls from angry customers asking why your site is broken when they try to view it on their iPhones. Uh oh…
With the rise of the mobile device being a popular means of browsing the internet, websites now have to ensure they show up properly on a variety of different screen sizes (desktops, tablets, cell phones). To do so, you’ll likely hear a bunch of terms tossed around, including “fixed width”, “responsive”, etc. Here’s a handy guide that will help cut through the oft-confusing clutter.
With mobile devices and tablets gaining grounds at a faster pace, it’s become mandatory for every entrepreneur to ensure that his/her website is responsive and compatible with all internet-enabled devices.
Curated from despreneur.com