Why Responsive Web Design Is Right for Business

Responsive Web Design

The surge in mobile usage continues to skyrocket, yet there are still many businesses that haven't yet implemented responsive web design (RWD). RWD makes it possible to effortlessly bring your website's content to mobile users through the development of one code base that makes updates and maintenance simpler, quicker and more cost effective. Last week, we hosted a webinar, "Responsive Web Design - Part 1: Why It's Right for Your Business", during which our visual design engineers, Aaron Bushnell and Ted Waller, shared insights into the world of mobile and the tremendous impact responsive web design has on the revenue growth of a business. Currently, we're developing Part 2 of the webinar series which will take place on Wednesday, September 10 and will focus on the next steps to take and questions to ask when making the transition to responsive...

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