A responsive website is a mobile-friendly site that looks good on devices with both large and small screens. Responsive design is a way to put together a website so that it automatically scales its content and elements according to the screen size on which it is viewed.
Responsive website design does not require to design a dedicated mobile website for smartphone users. Instead of creating multiple websites for all different screen sizes, you can develop just one site that scales up and down automatically according to the device’s screen size.
In order to complete a web design project on budget, on time, and in a seamless & professional manner, it’s essential to approach the entire project in six specific phases and follow the right web design process.
Prior to initiating any web project, I discuss the client’s ideas and project requirements for web presence. We will talk about the target audience of the client’s customers/visitors, the goals of the project, the requirements of the scope of the website, the client’s ideas about graphics and services and functionality the website should deliver.
I moved to Denmark four years ago to try a new life in a new country. I have never planned to visit Denmark, but when I received an admission notice to a Danish university, I decided to give it a try even though I planned to study in Slovakia at first. Beginnings of my studies in Denmark weren’t easy since I received the admission notice in mid-August, two weeks before the start of the 1st semester. I quickly packed my suitcase, bought a flight ticket, and landed in Copenhagen airport two weeks later.