Responsive web design is trending in ecommerce in response to the need to serve content to any device the customer is using. An alternative to server side adaptive “mobile specific” domains, responsive design serves one HTML file and retains one set of URLs, with benefits in user experience, content management efficiency, SEO and scaling across devices that have yet to even hit the market. But is responsive design the best approach for your ecommerce site? Explore our collection of posts on the pros and cons of responsive web design, and best practices for usability, design / development process and implementation. To stay in the loop on responsive web design for ecommerce, please subscribe by email, RSS, Twitter or Facebook.
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24 Tips for Responsive Email Design

Responsive Web Design (RWD) is hot, hot, hot, and gaining steam among ecommerce websites. But not to be overlooked is responsive email design (RED). As we learned from last week’s infographic, 43% of email is currently opened on mobile devices, headed ...
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Why Responsive Email Matters [Infographic]

While we all get hyped up about responsive design for websites, let’s not forget responsive email. EmailMonks has compiled some data on how and when mobile users check email on their devices (via SmartInsights). With only 25% of companies observed ...
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A Responsive Infographic on Responsive Design

This week’s infographic from Sitefinity Responsive Design: The Only Mobile Strategy That Scales is not just on the topic of responsive design, it’s itself responsive. Go ahead and play around with it (hint: make your browser window skinny ...
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2013: The Year of Responsive Design [Infographic]

Once again, 2013 is “year of the mobile” — every year is gonna be the year of the mobile as more and more screens become integral to our lives. According to Google, 90% of web users use multiple screens simultaneously (67% for shopping ...
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