We develop with two approaches in our mind:

  1. Progressive Advancement
  2. Responsive Web Design (RWD)

Progressive Advancement

Progressive advancement means that when we design a product, we first create a relatively lower browser version (like the one on a mobile phone). After that, we tend to the advanced version for tablet or PC, which is created by adding more complicated interactions, effects, etc. "Mobile first", as the name suggests, means that we start designing the product from the mobile end that has more restrictions, then expand its functionality to create a tablet or desktop version. Progressively improving the mobile platform to fit desktop requirements becomes a series of decisions about how to add rather than cut out elements of your platform, which gives you another opportunity to get creative about how to engage users.

Responsive Web Design (RWD)

When the user switches from his desktop PC to a mobile phone, the site will automatically adapt to the new resolution, change the size of images and script-based interactions. In other words, the site will have implemented all those technologies useful for automatic adaptation to user preferences. Responsive web design is a web design method that allows the web to automatically adapt to the screens of different devices, displaying content so that people feel comfortable. This greatly reduces user operations such as panning, zooming and scrolling while browsing the web.

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