Apr 21 Posted 2 years ago
I think Themes and templates are responsible for a low quality website. It also make first impression on visitors and can be a measure cause of decrease of bounce rate.
Jul 18 Posted 3 years ago
I agree. Either a responsive design or a separate mobile version, every website needs one or other other at the least. Today, an increasing proportion of traffic is coming from mobile devices and it is not something businesses can afford to neglect any more.
Jun 18 Posted 3 years ago
Nice Post Kay, Cheers!
Smooth user navigation is one of the important elements of qualitative user experience. Responsive web design also helps in enhancing the user experience for multiple device platforms and screen resolutions and moreover, maintains the look and feel of website across all the devices.
Even Google recommendations also supports the presence of mobile website or at-least, responsive web designs.
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