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Creating a site that is accessible to your mobile users is vital in today’s world. This is why many Sitecore customers are choosing to build their site responsively. Responsive web design (RWD) refers to designing and building your site on grids and percentages to make your site respond to whatever device a visitor is using to give them the best possible experience.
Using RWD to build your Sitecore site will not eliminate the need to optimize your site’s performance to improve your user experience. How can you optimize your site for better performance?
Having a site for your mobile users is important, but if the performance is poor, is it really better than having not mobile site at all? Even though you may build your site responsively, it’s even more important to make sure that your site is optimized to provide the best possible experience for your mobile users.
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