Ways to find out the advantages of Responsive Web design

1. How many devices/screens will the project need to support? 

The greater the number of different presentation venues, the greater the argument for Responsive Web Design.

2. What is the budget?

Responsive Websites generally cost between 50 percent and 200 percent more than traditional ones.

3. How complex is the content and how many unique page formats are there?

Responsive Web Design alleviates some complexity because of the ability to reuse templates and other components.

4. How soon do you need it?

Responsive Web Design takes longer time to be developed than traditional ones .

5. Do you have solid creative, HTML, CSS and Javascript skills available? 

Top notch skill sets with these technologies and others are required in Responsive Web Design.

6. How long will your project be live?

It might not be worth the time and cost if the lifespan is short.

7. How important is the “findability” of the site?

If it’s important, co-author Sheldon noted, it’s best to use responsive design. With separate sites for mobile and desktop/laptops, there needs to be one URL if there is essentially the same content, or else Google and other search engines will penalize the publisher for spamming.