13 December 2012 13:09pm
We're currently considering what the best options are for building responsive design into our website.
Does anyone have any thoughts of which is the best approach.
1) Build from scratch including a review of the platform, IA, content.
2) Change our existing site by updating from CSS to CSS3 and recreateing pages templates where needed?
Director of User Experience at Phoenix UX
15 January 2013 15:44pm
Hi Gurvinder from Phoenix UX here - I would suggest starting from scratch if the website is small scale as you can start from a blank canvas where you have the content from the old site already there. This is what we did with our new personal site. If the site is large, then it may be worth just updating the templates to save time and cost.
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