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Responsive Web Design Patterns by Chelsea Myers

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Summary

A classic user experience challenge is designing a form that encourages completion. When it comes to fact, figures, and forms, it can be hard to retain the user's attention. This does not mean it is impossible. Having a responsive website does make styling tables and forms a little more complex. But what is the alternative? Nonresponsive websites make you pinch and zoom endlessly to fill out a form or view a table. Having a responsive website gives you the opportunity to make this task easier. It takes a little more code, but in the end, your users will greatly benefit from it.

With this chapter, we have wrapped up reviewing popular RWD patterns. Next, we will discuss how to decide what patterns are right for your project. We will also ...

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