Responsive design

Responsive design means that the interface of your digital product or service will look good and will be usable at any screen size (mobile phone, tablet, desktop).

How does it help

Several years ago Responsive design was a new emerging trend, nowadays it is a must, a norm. A big percentage of Internet traffic coming from mobile devices, and Google Search also takes into account the mobile-friendliness when ranking your website.

What will you get

We will make sure that your website or web application will look great on all devices. By understanding your users' context and problems (thanks to UX Research), we will be able to design for all the most important Scenarios for each Personas.

Responsive design is a digital solution that responds to the user's context and behavior by taking into account the different viewports. During SketchingWireframing and Prototyping, we always keep in mind that concept, design for the widely used screen sizes. In most cases, we follow the mobile first approach, which is a quite self-explanatory term: we start off by designing for mobile phone, and later convert the designs for tablet and desktop sizes. This approach let us focus on the most important elements, and results in a cleaner, streamlined design. It should be mentioned, that in some cases, there is no need for mobile versions, for example an architecture software or a complex accounting program is probably intended for desktop usage.

What is the process

Responsive design is not an isolated method, instead, it is an underlying approach, so it is related to all areas of our UX design process, so the process is something like this: