PSD To Responsive HTML Conversion is the approach to building a website so that it responds to the end user’s viewing environment, platform, screen-size and viewing orientation. The practice consists of a mix of flexible grids and layouts, images and an intelligent use of CSS media queries.
Now a day’s users view websites on a multitude of devices including PCs, Tablets, Laptops, Smart Phones and even their TV therefore a Responsive Website should now be the default mode.
Over the last few years, Bootstrap has become an increasingly popular front-end development framework. More and more developers and designers continue to get on board. Evidently, there’s a reason for that.Most of developer is using bootstrap for Convert PSD To HTML.
1. Increasing Tablet and Mobile Audience
With 40%+ traffic on a majority of our customers’ websites now coming from mobile devices you would be excluding a large proportion of your potential new customers from having an enjoyable browsing experience with your website.
Traditionally users have been redirected to separate mobile websites however the latest web technologies allow us to serve different resolution-specific content without having to reload the web page or redirect the user.
2. Return on Investment
Well, actually with Hostpipe’s packages, there is no additional investment for making your website responsive.
Our core philosophy surrounds ensuring that we adhere to Web Standards Compliance, and with the addition of a simple plug-in (BootStrap) and a few tweaks to the code it can be as simple as producing a different stylesheet for print.
3. Increase Sales and Conversions
Your website is a sales tool and in many cases will provide the first impression of your company to potential new clients, therefore a well polished, responsive website will ensure that you give the best first impression.
Not only that but when the client visits your full website they will see a consistent brand and image, with the resulting positive impact leaving a trustworthy imprint.
4. Search Engine Friendliness
There’s no doubting that Search Engines now grade websites on how responsive they are, and so with well organised content being served to the search engines through a well equipped responsive framework you are more than likely to get a few bonus points from the Search Engine’s complicated algorithms.
Not only that but Search Engines are more likely to display mobile content when you are on the move and viewing searching for stuff via 3G, so if it receives a search query from a mobile device it is more likely to give preference to mobile enabled websites in its search results.
5. Save time Managing Site Content
A truly responsive website means that you can create one set of content within your content management system (CMS) and then leave it down to the template your website developer has created to determine how that is handled. No more writing two sets of content for mobile and web.
At the end of the day why should you have to change your marketing and business logic just because the website framework doesn’t allow it? One product = one page of content. Shimples!
6. Stay Ahead of the Competition
Many websites are still not paying attention to the changing requirements and the need for responsive design. Therefore if your website is responsive, the likelihood is you will be one step ahead of your competition.
7. It will Future Proof your Website
Basically a truly responsive website will adapt the content to fit on any screen size and resolution, therefore your website is likely to work on the next new-fangled, crazy device which Apple or Google throw at us.
8. Keep your Analytics in one place
Simple really, a single URL means a single set of analytics to look at and decipher making it easier to examine the goals you’ve set and the funnels your site visitors have travelled through to reach those goals.
9. Additional Features of Mobile Devices
Mobile devices make great use of their in-built technology such as cameras, compass, geolocation GPS and accelerometer. The benefits of responsive website design in relation to this is that your company can use these features to enhance the mobile user’s experience.
10. Daft not to Take Advantage of any of the above
OK, so I couldn’t actually come up with a tenth benefit because all of the above benefits collectively will have such an impact on your website it simply seems daft for you not to make your website Responsive.