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Have you seen the new Mr Green?

Published on 11 January 2016 by Casino Admin


Have you seen the new Mr Green?

The changes made at Mr Green aren’t entirely apparent upon first glance, entering the site now prompts you with the option to switch back to the old layout if the new version isn’t entirely to your liking. Although you will see a more well-designed and user optimised version of Mr Green than ever before. It’s almost strange as the old version never seemed outdated until it is placed next to the new version of the site, the new version adopts the popular design choice of displaying their video slots using tiles, giving the front page a very tidy look. The changes become the most apparent when comparing the old to the new, as the new site entirely has switched up the backdrop and navigation options in favour of a very sleek and simple side-bar.

What do I need to know?

There are some key differences in terms of functionality and user-friendliness, there are a few functions to keep in mind when visiting the new Mr Green. We will cover the most important parts of the update but to get the whole story you need to visit Mr Green Casino for yourself.

For new players there has been a revamped version of the registration process which has sped up the entire procedure significantly, making things nice and easy for anyone wanting to join the Green family!

Mr Green have released their very own mobile app which lets you enjoy a smoother mobile casino experience when gaming, the app has been available to players on Android and Apple platforms since the new design was launched, check iTunes or Google Play and give it a try.

What is Responsive Web Design?

The core difference from the old version of Mr Green compared to the new version is due to Mr Green making use of responsive web design on their desktop version of the site, this sounds complicated but is in all reality just a ‘techy’ term that is used to explain how the website’s design is displayed in mobile devices. Comparatively to regular HTML5 coding it is nearly identical, the main difference being that RWD is designed to make the mobile version display in a similar fashion to how the app is displayed, it is simply an advanced web design tool. The only drawback potentially is that RWD sends more data to your device than HTML5 does, which can potentially be problematic when using a bad Wifi connection but ultimately does result in a better user-experience.

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