If It’s Not Responsive, Then It Doesn’t!
You have a website, but you lose customers almost before they arrive. Or you don’t even have a website so you can’t even attract the customers you know you want.
More and more of the people viewing the web are doing so on small screen phones and tablets. But if you designed a site just for laptop and desktop screens, you are alienating a large segment of your potential audience. And if you don’t have a website, you’re even worse off.
If you’re a web designer planning a redesign or a small business owner who wants to build a website (or redesign your existing one), after reading this free chapter, you will:
- learn how to plan a responsive website that works for mobile and computer users
- have a plan for a fast loading site
- save time doing a site redesign
- save money on a redesign or site creation
I have been writing about web design and HTML since 1997, and this free chapter comes from my third book on web design. This chapter from the book Sams Teach Yourself Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 in 24 Hours encapsulates my years of experience and knowledge designing websites.