Responsive design ensures that anyone who wants to access your content can do so efficiently and effectively.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
With a multitude of mobile devices coming out almost every week, how can marketers ensure that their content is optimized for different device types, screen sizes, and capabilities? According to Uberflip the answer is responsive design.
Uberflip’s latest infographic explains how responsive design allows marketers to create a single website for their content that adapts to any device on the market. The visual also highlights some key benefits, and real world success cases that rely on this design concept.
“It’s becoming increasingly difficult for marketers to deliver digital content that’s optimized and compatible with every device - especially all the new mobile devices.” explains Neil Bhapkar, Director of Marketing at Uberflip. “Responsive design ensures that anyone who wants to access your content can do so efficiently and effectively.”
-90% of people use multiple screens sequentially for consuming the same content
-Responsive design can be cost-effective with minimal need for stand-alone sites or apps
-Responsive design is content-focused, allowing device-specific elements to become secondary
-Important content providers such as BBC, The Boston Globe, and The Guardian are already using responsive design
Click here to view the infographic.
Data sources for the infographic include Google, Forrester, The Guardian, and The Globe and Mail.
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