Responsive web design is paramount for any web experience. At this point in time, to design and develop something for the traditional desktop environment only would be a critical mistake, as in most cases, you’re effectively limiting your audience by as much as 75 percent. It really makes no difference if you’re marketing a multi-million-dollar business or if you’re a stay at home mom blogging about the trials and tribulations of raising a family. No matter what type of website you design for the web it must be accessible on any device with a screen. Leaning on these years of research and experience, we’ve compiled a list of 7 common responsive web design mistakes to avoid when embarking on developing a new responsive web design project.
Today I’m not elaborate those points but you can check the list.
- Thinking “Desktop First”
- Overlooking Website Navigation
- Ignoring Mobile Web Experience
- Misunderstanding the Touchscreen Experience
- Ignoring Page Speed and Optimization Practices
- Using Separate Mobile-Specific URLs
- Choosing to Hide Content