In today’s ever-changing technologies and methodologies with the Internet regarding desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices, the need to inform clients to attain their full understanding of the differences between static, responsive, and adaptive website designs is crucial to the successful completion of projects. More so when the client has certain or specific target audiences for whom the proposed website is intended, thus dictating the compatibility and functionality of the website being produced. This is literally the elixir web designers need in ensuring the satisfaction of clients once the job is done.
I am writing this article as a way of informing clients who may not have the full understanding of the methodologies professional webmasters use. As such, after reading this post, at least they will be armed with adequate considerations and justifications that can reinforce their decision for the best course of action to get their projects done punctually and cost-effectively.
Static, Responsive and Adaptive Websites
Unlike responsive and adaptive websites, static versions have fixed screen widths, that with smaller screen of...