Ok, so maybe you can still have a website that isn’t responsive. Maybe you have an amazing reason to avoid having a responsive site? We just doubt it.
Over the last few years responsive design has solidified itself as the new standard for web design in general and WordPress themes in particular. Sure, there are still arguments over implementation, but no one is saying, “let’s get rid of responsive design” and in fact more and more sites are opting to go in that direction. That was certainly the case in 2014 and I wouldn’t look for it to go anywhere in 2015. This one has ceased to be a trend and can now be considered the new norm.
Recent statistics gathered from Google have shown that in the UK alone over 65% of the population are actively using smartphones and tablets to search the web instead of computers. Responsive web design allows a website to be fully optimised for all platforms, from desktops and laptops to tablets and smartphones, creating a superior user experience, easy reading, and minimal navigation.
Optimisation means that a website’s content will change in size and position so it fits the screen of the device that it is being viewed on, this allows for a much smoother and more successful interaction with a website, increasing the chances of customers making a purchase.
If your business website is not responsive then you could be losing out on a potential two thirds of customers for your business, can your business really afford to do that?
Responsive websites are available here from only £700.