Responsive UX Design : Common misconceptions: what isn't responsive output?
Common misconceptions: what isn't responsive output?
Many believe that if their content is HTML5 and CSS3 compliant, then their content is responsive, but this is actually far from the truth. While HTML5 and CSS3 provide additional building blocks for creating responsive content, using these standards does not automatically mean that your content will be responsive. Instead, it's how you utilize and fashion these building blocks that makes your content responsive. This can prove to be a complex process for those not adept in the implementation of HTML5, CSS3, and javascript. Fortunately for technical writers, creating content that is responsive can be as easy as selecting the correct help publishing solution. This will give today's technical writers more time to focus on their content and design and allow the browser to handle the stresses associated with cross-browser and multi-device compatibility.