Responsive web design is an approach of web designing process that focuses on systematic development of sites for providing an optimal viewing experience. Using this approach it is easier for the users to read and navigate through different web pages with minimum of panning, resizing as well as scrolling across wide range of devices. This wide range of devices includes mobiles, tablets as well as computer desktop monitors too. Responsive web design can also be referred as RWD, Adaptive Web Design or Fluid Web Design. Those websites that are not made responsive are not able to adapt to different screens which can lead to hard viewing and navigation on small devices.
Before you start designing and setting up your own E-Commerce website there are certain things you should always keep in mind for optimal performance. Plus the success rate of the website also depends on how you avoid and tackle the most design practices that are part of E-Commerce design. The following 10 points cover most mistakes that should be avoided during the website designing process.
If you’ve ever worked on the web you probably know that the absolute majority of site owners and editors avoid accepting nudity content. While working on this post we were worried about even having the word “sex” in our title and URL – that’s how careful site owners and bloggers are about this topic. Everybody knows that search engines can penalize a website for such content or punish it in another way. However, as long as sex sells brand owners continue using provocative photos, sounds and texts in their own web designs.