With mobile internet users set to surpass desktop internet users in the US by 2015, with tablets becoming more popular, and even with TV internet usage increasing, it’s important for companies to provide a great user experience for all their visitors no matter what device they’re on.
How does responsive design help us do this?
Well, by allowing us to create one website solution that is flexible for different screen widths. It uses flexible grids and clever styles to present the same content to a user, but displays that content in a format that suits the width of the device. Most of our websites now come with this feature but some sites use functionality that will not warrant responsiveness. Therefore we will do our upmost to design your site with responsiveness in mind.
A mobile responsive website was a must for Northampton Centre for Learning Behaviour (NCfLB) who is part of the School of Education at The University of Northampton, where it functions as a ‘social enterprise’.
The focus of its activity is on social and emotional aspects of learning and behaviour and the promotion of educational inclusion. The Centre is involved in consultancy and development work both nationally and, principally, internationally. It has a particular presence in South East Asia, via the Asia Pacific Partnership in Learning Behaviour, based at the Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Paul Bramble (NCfLB) appointed the Blayney Partnership to produce a new international website that would carry exclusive information for their learning and behaviour programme. The site also includes an interactive video library which is run by Vimeo and secure information areas for members.
Please feel free to take a look at the website on your mobile device or laptop by clicking here