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Tips to Consider When Making the Transition to a Responsive Design [Infographic]

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Responsive design is the optimal solution to future-proof your e-learning courses. By making a single course compatible with multiple devices, it makes the lives of course developers easy. It also gives today’s millennial employees a flawless, cross-device compatible course that gels well with their methods of learning.

Responsive design essentially means creating a single course that will run well on all devices. A single design also means that managing and updating the learning program becomes easier. Responsive design not only saves on development cost, but also allows you to run your learning program with fewer resources.

Check our infographic for some tips you can follow when making the transition to a responsive design.

Tips to Consider When Making the Transition to a Responsive Design [Infographic]

The Why and How of Responsive E-learning

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