What is Responsive Web Design?

Cutting-edge architecture optimizes websites for desktops and provides "app-like" experiences on smartphones, tablets and e-readers Learn More »

Beyond Today’s Needs, Anticipating the Road Ahead

If your website isn't mobile-friendly, you risk losing traffic, visitors, and ultimately business. Statistics prove it. Learn More »

Who is Using Responsive Design Today?

The 2012 Obama presidential campaign incorporates an online store & donations payments (His 2008 campaign raised half a Billion dollars online) Learn More »

Cost vs Alternatives

Having a single website that works everywhere offers significant savings over creating multiple native mobile apps

responsive Examples

As has been the story in many industries, the explosion of internet-enabled devices has fundamentally changed how publishing-based businesses interact with their readers.  Responding to the decline of the printed word, newspapers scrambled to offer more and more of their content online through their websites and customized apps for premium subscribers.  But with an ever-increasing number of devices to support, not to mention diminishing advertising and subscription revenues, this model has been far from cost-effective.  When The Boston Globe needed to redevelop their website, rather than following this model they opted to use responsive design to create one platform that would work across all devices, whether desktop, tablet, or mobile.