Why Responsive Design Isn’t Good Enough...And How To Fix It
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In today's tech landscape, companies must create a dynamic web presence that is accessible from various devices in order to be successful.  Some businesses have attempted to implement a responsive web design (RWD) strategy, in which they leverage a single set of content and code across different channels.  However, this approach comes with its own set of challenges.

Check out this white paper to learn about the pros and cons of an RWD strategy, and discover a Platform-as-a-Service that incorporates the best of RWD without the pitfalls. Learn how your company can:

  • Maximize code sharing
  • Deliver custom mobile experiences for multiple touch points
  • Decrease long-term ownership complexity
  • And more

  Some businesses have attempted to implement a responsive web design (RWD) strategy, in which they leverage a single set of content and code across different channels.  However, this approach comes with its own set of challenges.

Check out this white paper to learn about the pros and cons of an RWD strategy, and discover a Platform-as-a-Service that incorporates the best of RWD without the pitfalls. Learn how your company can:

  • Maximize code sharing
  • Deliver custom mobile experiences for multiple touch points
  • Decrease long-term ownership complexity
  • And more
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