We all know how the mobile web experience can be tedious and cumbersome. Typing a URL or navigating tabs is a frustrating and increasingly archaic notion.  

Meanwhile, underpowered mobile devices and over-subscribed mobile networks compound any hopes of enjoying the kind of web experience we take for granted in the office or at home.

As critical as responsive web design is, it’s only really enabling a user to view your page in a mobile device.

Our approach to responsive web design is aimed at creating sites that provide an optimal viewing and user-journey experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning and scrolling—across a wide range of devices, from desktop monitors to handsets.

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