Xyleme and TrainingIndustry.com to Host Responsive Design Webinar

Xyleme and TrainingIndustry.com to Host Responsive Design Webinar
Xyleme’s learning platform enables companies to author, manage, publish, deploy and measure learning from the cloud with Xyleme LCMS and Bravais® — the integrated product suite used for XML-based online courseware, instructor-led training and
Responsive Design for Ecommerce Marketing Emails
Roughly one-half of email is now opened on mobile devices like the Apple iPhone or the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S4. There is significant research indicating that between 70 and 80 percent of users will simply delete a message that doesn’t look
Women MPAs design gender responsive plans
PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly women lawmakers have developed programmes for political and economic empowerment of their gender for inclusion in the 2014-15 Annual Development Programme. They developed the uplift plans at a three-day
Why Small Businesses Are Turning to Simple & Responsive Web Design
Throughout last year the statement, “2013 is the year of responsive web design” was seen all over the internet, and everyone from business blogs to large tech sites all discussed how it was the year of Responsive Web Design (RWD). It seemed to start
Expedia Homepage Redesign Emphasizes Simplicity and the Mobile Revolution
Expedia.com trumpeted the official launch of its redesigned homepage, which follows an industry trend emphasizing a simple, uncluttered look. An important element of the revamp is that it features responsive design so it should have an appealing
The Importance of Responsive Design
Liz Elting is co-founder and co-CEO of TransPerfect, the world’s largest privately held provider of language and business services. Elting oversees the day-to-day operations of the company, which is headquartered in New York City. Imagine you saw the
5 Top Reasons Offered Up By In Front Media, a Markham Website Design Company re: The Advantages/Disadvantages Of Responsive Design and Mobile Design
With hundreds of millions of smart phone users accessing the internet with their internet-enabled devices, it begs the question; when redeveloping the company website to accommodate mobile internet users, should the site be made “responsive” or “mobile”?
Responsive design: 13 inspiring B2B sites
Responsive design is still one of the most popular topics on the Econsultancy blog, though among all our roundups one industry that we’ve neglected to cover is B2B. It’s easy to see why publishers and B2C ecommerce stores might benefit from having a
The Future Of Design Is Adaptive
We’re already starting to see the limitations of responsive design. With the new types of content people are interacting with (such as 4K resolution, 3D images, and 3D printing), we have limitations on the ways we visualize content.
5 Reasons Your Responsive Web Design Fails
While the optimized website design should reflect the native site’s branding, different devices demand different viewing needs. Scrolling is the death of mobile visits. If your current copy is lengthy, it may be best to reevaluate it for smaller screens.