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What to consider when creating responsive design-friendly content

You might want to present content differently for the different types of devices customers are using to access your site. Here are five things to keep in mind.

Many small-business websites were created to look gorgeous on a full-size computer monitor. But with more people accessing the web over mobile devices, it’s no longer one-size-fits-all.

One of the more efficient and effective ways to serve all your users well is to build — or redesign — your site using responsive web design. This includes creating content that supports user actions regardless of the type of device they have.

Responsive web design means your site will automatically reconfigure itself, or “respond,” to suit the size and type of device a visitor happens to be using. It’s all about enhancing the user experience, particularly to enable people to easily do or find what they want over mobile. That means pages need to load quickly, and site design should minimize the need for resizing, typing, scrolling and panning.

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