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The Impact of Responsive Design on Email Engagement

Brands that have adopted responsive email design are receiving many more clicks on the content inside their messages, according to a recent report from Yesmail. The report was based on data from millions of emails sent by Yesmail customers in 4Q15, as well as data from previous quarters. More than half of all opens in

 
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Your guide to mobile responsive design for 2015

Businesses large and small are coming to grips with a new reality of digital marketing: more web visits are coming via mobile devices rather than laptops. Due to this trend, mobile commerce sales are predicted to increase by 32.2 percent in 2015, according to eMarketer. As a reaction, marketers have begun migrating their sites to a framework that accommodates smartphones

 
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Mobile Design Vs. Responsive Design

Deciding between a mobile or responsive design can be a difficult decision. On the one hand, Google seems to rank websites with responsive design higher. On the other, a mobile design might provide a better user experience for certain types of websites. Looking at both types of design to figure out the best option for

 
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Responsive Design Websites 36 Fresh Examples

Responsive design is making the web design more powerful, interactive and beautiful. Responsive websites design have many features that allow developers and designers to create apps and websites with the functionality, speed, performance,… See on graphicdesignjunction.com

 
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Top 25 Responsive Design Sites of 2013

If you’ve worked with a web designer lately, then you should be all caught-up on ‘responsive design’. If you’ve somehow managed to neglect all the buzz surrounding the importance of responsiveness, here’s a brief introduction. Responsive web design simply makes sure that webpages can adjust to the device in use depending on its width. Why

 
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