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50 Awesome and Inspiring Responsive Website Designs from 2014 by @albertcostill

You probably heard retailers began their holiday season with record-setting sales during “Cyber Week” – the shopping period between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday. Real-time data from IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark shows online sales grew 8.5% since 2013. Even more interesting, although not surprising, was the fact that “mobile sales up 27.6% year-over-year.” On Cyber Monday specifically, “mobile traffic accounted for 41.2%

 
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25 Beautiful & Clean Web Designs

The last few years web design has changed dramatically. Putting the RWD and web font revolution aside, modern design trends have rapidly moved away from skeuomorphism to using a flat color scheme, web typography has got much, much larger, emphasis has been put on content-first, and finally, page-load speed has become the key factor in

 
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How Responsive Design Adds Value to Your Social Media Marketing

In a span of just a few years, responsive web design (RWD) has transformed from a buzzword into a necessity. How has it become such a top priority for developers and marketers alike? Answer: The dramatic increase in the use of mobile devices. See on www.steamfeed.com

 
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True Or False? Responsive Web Design Is The Great Big Solve.

Tech pundits have proclaimed that responsive web design (RWD) will be the great big solve to the conundrum of what to do with the ever-increasing numbers of screen sizes. And the RWD buzz is only getting stronger. So what gives? See on www.business2community.com

 
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10 Awesome Examples of Ecommerce Sites Using Responsive Web Design #responsivewebdesign

Often, many of the websites using Responsive Website Design (RWD) are agency sites or personal blogs, and sometimes it seems like a RWD design might only be practical for the more creative type of website. However, this is simply not true. Every type of website can benefit from using a responsive web design to allow web visitors to access

 
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