Entries by Rob

Single Page vs. Multipage Mobile-Responsive Website Design

With thanks to Tom Ewer. You can read the full article here. SINGLE PAGE OR MULTIPLE PAGE DESIGN – WHAT’S BETTER FOR YOUR WORDPRESS WEBSITE? CHOOSING BETWEEN SINGLE OR MULTI PAGE DESIGNS SOMETIMES REQUIRES A LOT OF THOUGHT. HERE ARE A FEW GUIDELINES THAT MIGHT HELP YOU. Those familiar with WordPress’ history will know that it has […]

Preserving Search Engine ranking when doing a responsive website redesign

Converting a fixed-layout website to a responsive design website can ruin search engine ranking unless the responsive website redesign is done right. On the other hand, a conversion done the right way will usually raise search engine ranking, simply because most existing websites are not particularly search engine friendly. All the responsive websites I make […]

Why I use WordPress for Responsive Website Design

I use WordPress because it let’s me provide my clients great value. For a small fraction of what it would have cost a few years ago, I can design and build a website that works nearly perfectly at all screen sizes and looks great. For a reasonable fee, my client gets a site that meets […]

Trade -Offs in Responsive Website Design

Responsive websites must look right and function well on a variety of screen sizes: generally from a phone-sized screen all the way up to a big desktop screen. To achieve this responsive websites always consist of elements which move about, resize, and sometimes disappear or radically change at different screen sizes. One of the most […]