Your MSP business will often be asked to design for responsiveness over speed in terms of design. Sometimes, this can be worthwhile, but your clientele is likely to see better positive results if their website design is first focused on speed, expanding responsiveness later. There are a number of reasons for this.
First, you’ve got to understand responsive design. This is when you hover your cursor over a link and it expands toward you, or something of that ilk. Graphics, chat boxes, and more characterize responsive design.
These things will only be good for a website, provided speed is already an element. People don’t go to websites to be wowed by cutting-edge integrity of design. They go to websites for information and/or exploration. Before responsive design, you want a website to have simple-to-navigate expedience which is accessible on multiple platforms. You’ve got to have speed, especially in areas of mobile usage.
Everyone wants things instantaneously these days. Here’s the good news for the clients of your MSP business: if you have expediently designed websites managed for your customers, they’re likely to see greater business, allowing them to expand their budget. Expanded budget allows you to incorporate responsive design in addition to speed, allowing for a comprehensively viable package clearly communicating professionalism.
An Established Authority
There’s a bonus here worth considering, however. If you can demonstrate to clients why expedience is better than responsiveness, then deliver on that expedience; they’ll grow to trust you more. When they see more dependable numbers with decreased complication in terms of website management, suddenly your value as an MSP is clearly communicated. They’re more likely to come back to you for consultation, as well as new tech facilitation.
Serve Clients Better
An MSP business that focuses on providing the best for its clients will facilitate client loyalty, which leads to increased business. So, let clients know what’s better between speed and responsiveness, and exercise the same principles in other areas of tech provision.