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Have a glimpse at the major changes in web design conventions from mid 90s, when user experience had little to almost none weight for most of the online projects, to nowadays that visitor’s convenience, scalability and targeting are on the forefront.
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With affirmed predicitons indicating that mobile traffic will outreach desktop traffic by 2015, it goes without saying that this ongoing change mirrors on your wesite’s audience. Take the next leap and come out in the mobile interwebs starting with the essentials.
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Find here the essentials for building a responsive website ready for the mobile wave that’s coming upon us. The future of your site will largely depend on its mobile performance soon.
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Responsive design has come to serve the user and offer uniform and friendly experience regardless of the screen size, platform and orientation. What are the keu features and why you should be responsive.
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Google’s official statement emphasizes the use of responsive web design by webmasters. Is your site responsive and further ready to offer the best possible user experience among various devices and technologies?