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A responsive website automatically adjusts based on the screen size. It is a single website that presents a layout based on whether the user is viewing the site on a mobile device, desktop or tablet.A mobile website is a separate site, which is often a pared-down version of the desktop site. It is designed specifically to provide a positive user experience on mobile devices only.Both options help ensure that mobile users have a positive experience. For example, sites that are not mobile-friendly may have text that you must zoom to read, links that are too small and difficult to click on, and pages that require side-to-side scrolling in order to read content.While both options achieve a common goal—a site that looks good and functions well on mobile devices—a responsive website has many advantages, including:
  • Only one site to maintain: A responsive website looks great on all devices, from mobile to desktop, but only requires one set of code/pages to maintain.
  • Full functionality for a complete user experience: Mobile websites often focus on a few key items, leaving out valuable information that is found on the desktop version. A responsive website presents all of your website’s information in a way that’s easy for any user to access.
  • Better speed on mobile: Because there is no redirection from the desktop site to a mobile site, the website loads more quickly.

InfoStream Solutions is committed to supporting our family of businesses during this healthcare crisis.  To help you communicate with your customers and employees, we recommend adding an alert bar or pop-up message to your website notifying all visitors of the current status of your business.
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