If your customers are probably scrolling with a thumb, then yes.
It’s pretty much common knowledge now that most of the traffic on the internet is now coming from non-desktop computers and laptops. Everyone is browsing, shopping, reading, and watching on a mobile device. Have you checked what your website looks like on the latest mobile phones and tablets? Achieving 100% responsiveness is not possible across all screens and browsers due to functions and variables that are very hard to control and test on. You can still take a basic responsiveness test” on from Google to see how it stacks up against on some of the most popular and widely used platforms. The link to the test is here. What you may not realize is that the majority of your target customers are probably searching on mobile devices first to find you, and then doing research when they get a chance on a larger screen. You want your customers and website visitors to get the full experience of your brand and your message.
As more people are beginning to use mobile devices, like smartphones and tablets, for every task that used to be only capable on a desktop, one thing has become clear: mobile is (has) taking over Internet surfing. And, it’s not even just surfing. It’s everything from browsing social media outlets, checking emails and doing some online shopping.
At Uproot, we build websites thinking of mobile first. We make sure the site looks good on mobile and other popular tablets sizes and then tackle larger devices. So rest assured when you have an Uproot website, you’ll look like flying colors across most common) devices. If there’s ever a problem with your site, just send us a screenshot, the mobile device dimensions and we’ll fix it in a jiffy!