Responsive Design: One Design for Each Job: Not Enough!

The responsive approach begins to make it’s way, users appreciate the advantages, designers and developers around the world support it. If we’re lucky enough to meet a client who wants to produce his or her site with this technology, we should be happy because we have the opportunity to work on a modern project. But we must also be concerned that when working on a good responsive project, work is harder and it’s hard to convince a customer to pay more for a responsive site than for a normal site. We can push the client to pay more if they propose to develop a dedicated mobile site or application for iPad, but this isn’t our case. We want our project to be “cross-device” and “avaiable in all sizes.”

 

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