What Does Responsive Web Design Look Like?

Amanda Guerrero

Amanda Guerrero

Posted on April 22, 2014

Responsive design refers to a website’s ability to automatically adjust to fit the screen of whichever device it is being viewed on – be it a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. This is made possible through fluid grids, which allow you to make updates in one place.
Mobile responsive websites are must in today’s increasingly mobile world due to the fact that more and more people are using their smartphones and tablets as their primary search device. In fact, if your medical website isn’t optimized for mobile, it is highly likely that you are losing a significant percentage of site visitors to competitors who have invested in mobile-friendly technology.

Traditional vs. Mobile Responsive Medical Web Design

Whereas traditional websites tend to load slowly on smartphones and require manual zooming to view different elements on the page, responsive websites resize and rearrange themselves like puzzle pieces. This results in faster browsing, easier reading, and a better user experience overall.
Here are three examples of mobile responsive medical websites we have designed. The websites all load quickly, are easy to navigate and display information clearly on any device.

1. AR Logix

AR Logix, healthcare website

2. Activ Doctors Online

Activ Doctors Online medical website

3. Plaza Family Care

Plaza Family Care medical website

For more information about responsive medical web design services, call 1-866-932-9944 for a FREE consultation with a web expert or contact us online. Our affordable responsive web design packages start as low as $179/month.


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