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Why Responsive Web Design is more important than ever in 2015

If you don't already know what responsive website design is or why it's now more important than ever, then you need to read the rest of this article and test your website's responsiveness as one of your highest prioroties.

What is Responsive Web Design?

Responsive design refers to websites that provide an optimal viewing experience for your visitors by allowing the website to readjust and reposition the layout to function and flow easily on any device, whether it is a desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone. Responsive functionality can come in the form of rearranging the page layout, changing the way or what content is presented, and special features designed to be used specifically from a smartphone or tablet.

Recent statistics show the following regarding devices used by visitors to websites:

  1. 70% of mobile searches result in action on websites within an hour.
  2. Of sites accessed via a mobile device, 40% of people conduct the search on tablets, while 60% search on their phones.
  3. 40% of mobile users will choose another result if it is not mobile friendly.

If the statistics above aren't enough to show the importance of mobile friendly website designs, on April 21 2015, Google rolled out a new search algorithm to include mobile friendliness as a significant ranking factor for websites. That means that if your site is not mobile friendly that it WILL affect your search position ranking.

Use our free Mobile Responsive Tester below to see whether your site displays responsive on moile devices.

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Webpage Screen Resolution Simulator