Responsive Web Design Solves Marketing’s Growing Multi-Screen Problem

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  • Your article is prescient, coming a day before Facebook launched the new look to its newsfeed service:

    which PC design echoed the mobile-first friendly design, instead of vice versa! I don’t know why more companies aren’t doing mobile-first, with the PC design 2nd. It’s hard for slower moving corporations to wrap their head around the need for speed, and diminished clutter and sloppy design of website on desktop!

    Check out my collection of free responsive templates at:

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    for tablet/iPhone view, portfolio and landscape.

    Again, thanx for your nice article with embedded links.

  • We at E-Squared Creative agree! If you don’t have a responsive website you’re continually missing opportunities to connect with your customers and be noticed by potential clients. Our product, App Solutions, was developed for small to medium sized businesses, because so many web and app developers are too expensive for smaller companies. Our apps and responsive sites are affordable for most businesses and help them stay competitive within their industry.

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