Smartphones have changed everything. The way we tell the time, the way we interact with our friends and families, and especially the way we browse the internet. And with two-thirds of the population of the UK owning smartphones in 2017, it should come as no surprise that a lot of them use their phones for browsing the web. This kind of percentage requires Responsive Design.
A responsive web design, or a responsive website, in it’s simplest form, is a website that responds to the screen size you’re using. Meaning you can easily view it on your phone, your tablet, your laptop and your desktop. So, why does your site need to be responsive? Here are 5 reasons.