Perrysburg, Ohio (PRWEB) September 07, 2012
Kinetica Media, a decade old digital marketing agency in NW Ohio, recently launched ResponsiveWebDesignBlog.com in an effort to help the web development community find useful answers, examples, tutorials, tools and resources for responsive web design.
Responsive web design is quickly becoming the official standard for a one-size-fits-all web design experience for websites, apps, software and blogs due to the explosion of mobile web browsing. The responsive web design technique is aimed at eliminating the need to have several versions of a web property to accommodate all the channels and devices people use to access the Internet today.
“Mobile is the future,” said Sara Petersen, Content Marketing Manager of ResponsiveWebDesignBlog.com. “Website owners would have to build and manage multiple websites for a desktop or laptop computer, tablet and Smartphone. Now, with one website, you’re saving time and money by not constantly developing and updating multiple properties. Not to mention the end-user is satisfied by a fluid, seamless viewing experience.”
Petersen and Chris Swemba, owner of Kinetica Media and ResponsiveWebDesignBlog.com, are working to bring all the information about responsive web design together in one place in order to provide examples, tools and resources to anyone that needs help with responsive design.
“Our number-one goal is to provide an ultra-useful and trusted resource for developers to go to when they have questions about responsive webdesign,” Swemba said. “With the help of the design community, we want to make ResponsiveWebDesignBlog.com a vibrant and interactive forum where designers and marketers come together to learn and talk about this better way to design and manage the web.”
ResponsiveWebDesignBlog.com provides current examples, tutorials, videos, tools and resources about the world of responsive web design. Visit http://www.ResponsiveWebDesignBlog.com and http://www.Twitter.com/ResponsiveSites for more on responsive web design and other information shaping the web.