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Is Responsive Website Design Necessary?
responsive website design in Toronto
Is Responsive Website Design Necessary?

Here at Vertex Web Surf Inc, all our website designs are responsive in nature unless our clients specify it is not to be. Working in the field of web design and development all over the world, we have noticed that responsive web design is the way to go these days.

If we had to guess, we would estimate that over half of all Toronto businesses have yet to change their website to a responsive web design format (viewable on smart phone, tablet and desktop).

What most brands don’t know is that 54% of mobile phone users use mobile as their primary internet source. This statistic will only continue to grow in the years to come. If your business has not made the move to a responsive website design format yet, you are missing out on all those mobile internet users as your potential customers. As a business owner, would you like that?

Of course not!!!

Responsive means that it fits on three screens: mobile, tablet and desktop. Responsive web design is accomplished by CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). CSS is what developers use to design a webpage. From a marketer’s perspective it’s like a branding guide for your website. It tells the browser how to interpret the HTML that contains the CSS. Why does this matter? It means that if creating a mobile-specific website or app is out of budget — you can still deliver a great experience through responsive design on your business website.

Many business owners still come to Vertex Web Surf Inc and as us, “Why should we opt for responsive web design, when it is expensive that non-responsive designs?”

Maybe these statistics will help you.

  • 92% of all people on earth have a mobile phone
  • 59% of people own a smart phone
  • 80% of time on mobile is spent inside apps
  • 76% of tablet owners purchase online from their tablets each week
  • 54% of mobile phone users, use mobile as their primary Internet source