Responsive UX Design : Summary
   
Summary
Mobile technology has made great strides in the way online content is viewed today. With the rapidly increasing number of mobile browsers in today’s market place, the versatility of the user experience has reached an all time high in level of importance. The next step in accommodating this advancement is the adoption of responsive output, which affords the following:
 
Responsive content alleviates the need for creating alternate content to cater to the mobile market, thus cutting your workflow in half and allowing you to focus your efforts on one set of output.
Responsive content lets your browser do all the work in proportioning your content to the associated device it is being viewed on, cutting down on the scrolling, zooming, and other frustrating interactions due to a particular mobile device.
Instituting the proper publishing tool takes all the complexities out of Responsive Design, allowing the technical writer to focus solely on the content.
With only one set of output, your content is reliant on a canonical URL for each topic, thus favorably impacting your ranking in the search engine results as well as providing consistency in how this URL may be shared and exchanged with other end-users.