propertyskipper responsive design website launching soon...

Propertyskipper.com will shortly be launching its all new responsive site to optimize the experience of property search on tablet and mobile devices.

Responsive design is a technique that creates websites that react to the size of a user’s screen. Responsive design optimizes a browsing experience by creating flexible web pages, optimized for the device that is accessing it. Basically put – it means that if you are searching for property on your iPad, propertyskipper.com will detect you are on an iPad and optimize the page layout to fit your screen.

Traditionally sites have been designed with a PC or Laptop in mind in the first instance and Smartphone or Tablet second, with two separate sites designed for both platforms, meaning in some cases two different versions of the site exist. With responsive design this is not the case, one site is designed for use across all platforms.

Through 2014 the use of mobile and tablet to search the web has grown significantly, including here in Bermuda. Since January 2014, for example, over 40% of search traffic on propertyskipper.com has been from a mobile or tablet, which was up from around 30% in 2013. This is likely to grow to over 50% in 2015.

Did you know?

Data suggests that over 56% of people now have a Smartphone

50% of the average global mobile web users now use their mobile device as their primary device for Internet browsing

52% of people that use a tablet, prefer using it to browse online and shop online than they do on a PC/Laptop

Alexa data now shows that 80% of the world’s top 100 sites have now moved over to responsive design.

We hope you enjoy the new online search experience at propertyskipper.com – we are committed to making property search online and on the go easier.

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