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The fight between Responsive Web Design (RWD) and Mobile Sites doesn’t always have a clear winner. With 2013 being the “Year for Responsive Design”, let’s take a step back and see if RWD really won this war.
Responsive web design uses a “one size fits all” strategy where one website is designed to be adapted to all devices. While many experts have recommended this approach as the way to design for the future web, mobile sites has been a close contender. Mobile sites are completely separate from the original desktop site. And although it comes with criticisms, many business have opted for a mobile site to present their mobile visitors with customized mobile content.
Regardless of whether or not you choose a responsive web design or a mobile site for your brand, mobile users expect their experience on the web to be seamless. To create a customized web experience for mobile visitors, a mobile strategy needs to consider who the mobile users really are and present the content that matters the most to them.
The presentation dives into the mobile war between responsive web design and mobile sites and helps businesses decide for themselves who the clear winner is.
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