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There are many many facets to building a website in 2016 and arguably each of our distinctive roles will be further dissected to more and more specialised areas as the web continues to grow and flourish.
The reasons you should move across to responsive design continues to grow. It saves you time, it saves you money, and best of all enables your user to access your content the way they love. The three areas below will help you gain a solid foundation regardless of your background or position.
Before you get the text editor out and begin coding your new responsive design you should take a few moments and look at the overall picture. Responsive design requires that you take a different approach to building your site. Make sure that you’ve got your website strategy set before you bring in the designers and coders.
It is ironic that the design aspect of responsive web design is often shadowed by the implementation or development side of the process. The big challenge we face in this process is to still design a beautiful interface for the content as well as ensuring the branding conveyed on a mobile is also consistent as the viewport increases
Developing responsive design, or Front End Development to be more accurate, can be a tricky process. You need to be aware of more factors in the build because you are creating a single source of content to serve across all devices. The sections below look at some of the more important development areas in detail.