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State of Digital Is Now Responsive!

7 October 2013 BY

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When we launched only a few weeks ago we promised we would be making many changes to the website to improve it even further. But we wanted you to get used to us not being State of Search anymore and find your way around the new website.

Now after only a few weeks it is time for the next big step: our responsive design! As we said when launching, it would be coming! And here it is. Now when you navigate to our site on your mobile smartphone or tablet you will be presented with the design which now ‘moves with you’. Do you change the position of your tablet from vertical to landscape? We will move around as well! Looking for a menu? It now folds out on mobile so it will be much easier to navigate. And off course you now need less zooming, because we’ve adjusted the view for you!

And if you’re just on your way out, you’re in luck, the site can much easier come with you!

Find below some screenshots of the new responsive design, or off course go and navigate around yourself and find out! And let us know what you think off course!

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.
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