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Fast downloading, mobile-friendly sites using Responsive Web Design

For those of you who are unfamiliar with responsive design, it’s the idea that you can deliver the same HTML code regardless of screen size, but use CSS to rearrange those elements based on the screen width.

For sites that are not complex, I start with a Mobile-First design, whereby I design the mobile site first, and then expand into pages for tablets and desktops. There’s nothing you can put on a mobile page that can’t be loaded on the desktop version.

For more complex pages, I start by figuring out which elements of a desktop page need to be on a mobile page, and then work my way up from those considerations.

Side Note: If you have a low budget or limited resources, you may want to look into using a user-friendly content management system (CMS) like WordPress.

Cross Browser Compatibility Test

Infinite tests, search engine submissions, before the site goes live!

Even with smart techniques like mobile-first responsive design, testing a site before delivery is critical due to the overwhelming variety of mobile devices that are available to consumers. During the designing and developing process, I will be continuously testing the site on real devices and on iOS simulators and Android emulators using the latest tools available to see what all can be done to improve the site performance across all devices.

Side Note: As you can see from the screenshots in this page, fast loading time gives you a serious competitive advantage. I also submit all your new pages to Google and Bing using XML sitemaps for free.