5 most common mistakes in Responsive Web Design
In the era of smartphones and tablets, a mobile website is the basis of every company and enterprise. More and more companies are choosing to create a responsive mobile website (Responsive Web Design). Last week we wrote about how RWD, despite its many advantages, is not a one-size-fits-all solution and sometimes it is better to choose a "regular" dedicated mobile site. Responsive websites need to be approached like any solution – with your head.
In this article we will show the most common mistakes made on RWD websites.
One of the biggest advantages, so tempting for those choosing Responsive Web Design solution, is that the site looks almost identical (or at least maintains visual, and mostly content consistency) on each of the devices on which we visit it. Responsive websites should be characterized by clarity and readability regardless of the chosen device. However, in order for the site to meet these criteria, we recommend avoiding the following mistakes: