Responsive design doesn’t play favorites so it won’t matter if the device is made by Apple, Google, or who-knows-what, the end results look great.
Flexible images and fluid grids then size correctly to fit the screen. In some cases, you can even filter out which content areas are displayed or change the display interface entirely. All of this happens in real-time in fluid, smooth transitions.
You can see it in action now if you’re viewing this on a desktop or laptop browser; for example, try making your browser window smaller. The images and content column will shrink, then the sidebar will disappear altogether. When doing the same thing on Venture’s homepage, you’ll see the layout shrink from three columns, to two columns, to a singular column of content.
#1 Stay Ahead Of The Tech Curve
Before responsive design came along, if companies wanted to have an optimal mobile experience of their website a separate set of templates or a device-specific app had to be designed and developed.
Every time a new device comes out those costs continue to go up, there’s no benefit from advances in technology because you have to make another website or app specific to that device. The beauty of responsive design is in the fact that it enables your site to fit perfectly in any screen size. One website, all devices. That means that your website only has to be developed once, with a mobile first strategy, significantly reducing the cost.
#2 Your Site Will Be Relevant Longer
When adopting responsive design supported by our updates for life support, your site will stand the test of time for longer. The fact that you can have the ability to design and your site in one project and manage from a single control panel will also free up your time.
Less meetings, less keeping track of variations for the same content, and less wondering if you’re just going to have to do this process all over again once a new device comes on the market.
Instead of playing catch up, you’ll stay ahead of the curve. Your website will be Future-Proof!
#3 Increase Conversion And Earn More Revenue
When people visit your site, they are more likely to take action if they have a good experience. Finding what they are after without a frustrating click-click-click or tap-tap-tap process that forces one new page load after another just to get to a point where they can finally begin the shopping cart process is crucial.
Responsive design with mobile first strategy will greatly improve user experience in all devices and getting them what they need with less frustration means increased conversions and higher sales!
Imagine the surprise on other arts organization’s faces when they see how user friendly and intuitive your site has become.
The web is constantly changing and evolving with increased ranges of devices, browsers, and standards that must be incorporated in design. Venture adopts the art of flexible and adaptable design that can work easily with new devices, technologies, and standards. All of this protects you from getting sucked into being sold a “solution” that is nothing more than a cosmetic face-lift or a set of increasingly incompatible proprietary content management tools.
We take playing nice with others to heart so Venture has been designed to be infinitely extensible and will seamlessly interface with thousands of applications and every major browser (including iPhone and iPad). We constantly update our core functionality so users are assured that they can always take advantage of the latest and greatest online standards.
With Venture, you never have to pay for upgrades. Why should you have to pay for a providers lack of foresight? That’s not right and it’s not fair, so we take the time to make sure our framework continuously evolves so you benefit from directing your resources toward improvements in content and graphic design.
Stop flushing away your marketing dollars on worthless, pointless, “fix it once and for all” website redesigns. Venture provides ongoing support, training, and upgrades to help you avoid the diagnostic void bear trap and reap the benefits of implementing updated tools and improved analytics.