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With the exponential adoption of mobile devices and smart phones, savvy web designers are turning to responsive design as a panacea for all things layout and typography related. Not only does this save time, money and effort in the long run, but it also gives mobile users the interaction and ease of use they crave. But if you’ve been tasked with creating a mobile responsive design and aren’t sure where to start, this checklist of must-have resources and tips is sure to give you the spark you need to create a fluid, friendly design that accommodates nearly every mobile device – past, present and future. Layout, Wireframes and Prototyping The first step of any good design is to sketch out your ideas and determine the placement of all the different elements on a page.
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