Is Your Design Really “Responsive?”

 

One of the biggest points of confusion I’ve seen evolve in recent years is how people use the word “responsive” when speaking about device-independent eLearning. How can it be that people can interpret one word so differently?

Over time, “responsive” has become the preferred word used when talking about device-independent development. Developing for multiple devices impacts both the developer—in the design and development process—and the learner—through the user experience and how content displays—and by using such a broad term, the lack of specificity leads to confusion and often frustration and disappointment.

There are actually three primary methods leveraged when creating content for multiple devices:

[Fluid] Responsive (RWD) Adaptive Scaled

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