UX Files: Responsive Design and Retail

Responsive design is no longer optional for any organization that takes their digital strategy seriously.

Responsive design will boost sales and drive conversion rates. Your customers won’t need to swap devices to buy since the same tasks can be completed with ease on mobile.

If you’re not quite sure how to get started, take a look at these 7 key ingredients to responsive design.

Just in case you’d like clarity on the difference between responsive and adaptive, here’s an explanation.

Before implementing, make sure your site is up to snuff and avoid these 8 common mistakes.

You may need some tools to get you started. This article shares 50 of them.

That’s it for this month’s edition of UX Files! We’d love to hear about your experience with responsive design, tell us about it in the comments below or via Twitter (@umatters).