Mobile First Approach: Responsive Web Design will help?

If your enterprise is considering Responsive Web Design (RWD) or Adaptive Web Design (AWD), it is important to understand that the decision process does not end with RWD and AWD. To successfully design, develop, configure, integrate and implement a flexible web design, the business must also consider the questions related to ‘Content First’ and ‘Mobile First’. ‘Content First’ and ‘Mobile

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Responsive Web Design: Myths and Reality

More than ever, mobile devices including cellular phones, smartphones, netbooks, and tablets have become increasingly popular for web browsing. Until responsive design was introduced, sites, that were designed for PC displays using different browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer, were unreadable on mobile devices. Today, however, mobile web access is not only possible, but also easy and stress

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A Comparison Between Mobile Websites and Responsive Web Designs

The use of internet have shifted from the desktop computers and reduced to the palms of the users. According to study there are more than 6 billion users worldwide who are into using mobile contraptions including smart phone, tabs as well as net books. Of these 6 billion users, 1.2 billion users are into using internet through their mobile phones.

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3 Core Concepts in Responsive Web Design

Responsive web design (RWD) is one of today’s practical solutions on website development. The term responsive pertains to the ability of this web design to be flexibly viewed on most Internet capable devices. The programming codes behind it allows responsive design to adapt to the screen size and resolution of any computer platform such as desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablet computers,

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