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Responsive design aims to improve access to information, and it emphasizes flexibility in how content is used. Content designed to be responsive does not look the same on all screens; some elements might not appear on a very small screen, while other elements will be repositioned or scaled to an appropriate size. Is it necessary? Are there benefits? Find out here!

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