Putting the Design in Responsive Design: Best Practice Guide

Mobile devices are rapidly becoming the predominant citizen choice, with adoption increasing daily as PC sales diminish in response.

To support the current impetus towards channel shift across the public sector, it’s crucial that citizen-facing e-services keep up with increasing mobile and tablet use by making online access points navigable across multiple devices.

Designing your organisation’s digital site for desktop or laptop, as well as tablets and smartphones within a single codebase, is called responsive design.

The promise of responsive design? A single, digital site optimized for devices with various screen sizes. But with so much information and so many content types, communicating key messages effectively can be a challenge.

This ebook provides best practices to consider while thinking through your redesign and provides key takeaways for creating a responsive website within your own organisation.

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