Responsive Web Design: the Costs

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 26 Aug 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Responsive Web Design is devised to help you render your website or web-based application appropriately on different sizes and aspect ratios of browser windows. Adopting it as a solution comes at a cost: It can't help to render a particular design on a specific device such as a model of smartphone. It also can require considerable refactoring of an existing site design, its navigation and testing. It has to be done right....

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