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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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3 Ways Responsive Design Can Benefit Your Blog

Are more of your blog visitors coming from a mobile device instead of a desktop computer? Do you wonder how responsive design can increase customer satisfaction and improve your marketing? See on www.socialmediaexaminer.com

 
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3 Ways to Dip Your Toe In Responsive Design

As one of the pilot brands in the launch of the Pinterest API, Random House has launched a Pinterest-powered book discovery tool as a responsive microsite. See on www.getelastic.com

 
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Should Go With Mobile Site or Responsive Design

Looking to reach your website’s mobile users in the better ways? Getting confused between Separate mobile site and Responsive design? Analyzing some essential points, we have presented infographics that clear your mind and helps to make proper decision of choosing best option for your mobile site. http://www.mobiledevelopmentexperts.com/See on visual.ly

 
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Responsive Design: Getting It Right [Infographic]

Technology is becoming more and more ubiquitous in today’s consumer market. Browsing and shopping occurs on computer, tablets, and smart phones. With over 2 b See on graphicdesignjunction.com

 
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