Making the case against "responsive" website text

02/28/2012 | SmashingMagazine.com

Some Web designers are dabbling in responsive-text designs that deliver less text to devices with small screens, and more to larger-screened devices. That probably isn't a sound strategy, since it can create additional maintenance work and make updating content more difficult -- and ideally your Web content should already be pared back for maximum clarity, writes James Young. "I'm not sure that hiding content based purely on screen size is wise. If it's not relevant or worth displaying, don't simply hide it: delete or unpublish it," Young writes.

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