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Responsive Web Design (RWD) vs Adaptive Web Design (AWD)

by CEO on Jul 24, 2013

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30% to 50% of your website’s traffic now comes from mobile devices. Taking a One Web approach ensures that not only does your site work on the smartphones and tablets of today, but it can be ...

30% to 50% of your website’s traffic now comes from mobile devices. Taking a One Web approach ensures that not only does your site work on the smartphones and tablets of today, but it can be future-proofed for the unimagined screens of tomorrow. Three popular approaches to developing a One Web site: using a responsive design; client-side adaptive designs; and server-side adaptive designs. One is not better or worse than the other; each has its own strengths and weaknesses and the wise web developer will consider the benefits and drawbacks of each before picking the one that works for their next project.

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