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RESPONSIVE WEBSITE DESIGN IN 2015

Posted on March 6, 2015

Category: Design Tips, General, Infographics, Web Design

RESPONSIVE WEBSITE DESIGN IN 2015

Do you think responsive design is just a challenge or a passing trend? Nope. It became a business must-have long ago. 

It turned out to be a great way to make all the clients visiting your website happy. Especially when company activity relies on website.

Your main aim is to provide excellent and convenient access to your goods or services no matter which device (PC, tablet or smartphone) your future customers are using.

See this infographics showing you some details behind the responsive design concept and reasons why a user-friendly website is going to have a competitive advantage over the sites not adjusted to different types of devices. Need some tips? We have found them too!

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________________________________________Source: http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/responsive-web-design

 

10 tips on great responsive design

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________________________________Source: http://designinstruct.com/roundups/infographics-learn-responsive-web-design/

 

 

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