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Zanzad says

Most of the new theme in themeforest is responsive web. Is non-responsive web still has a future and the market in the TF?

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Monkify says
||+520204|Zanzad said-|| Most of the new theme in themeforest is responsive web. Is non-responsive web still has a future and the market in the TF?

I think that’s hard to say. It’s really only become such a popular thing recently due to the increase in the mobile/tablet market. It will definitely become more widely adapted this year, but I don’t think fixed-width is going away completely anytime soon.

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Dream-Theme says

Responsiveness is a trend here on TF. But nobody is saying that non-responsive WEB is going away. Mobile devices are getting larger screens with larger resolutions. So non-responsive sites are looking good on them.

Moreover, I think that hypertrophied responsiveness as we see it today will pass relatively soon. Giving way for more smart responsive layout: e.g. some elements will be enlarged on mobile devices, but overall look, feel and functions will be the same of non-mobile version.

P.S. All IMHO

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BroOf says
||+520283|Dream-Theme said-|| Responsiveness is a trend here on TF. But nobody is saying that non-responsive WEB is going away. Mobile devices are getting larger screens with larger resolutions. So non-responsive sites are looking good on them.

Moreover, I think that hypertrophied responsiveness as we see it today will pass relatively soon. Giving way for more smart responsive layout: e.g. some elements will be enlarged on mobile devices, but overall look, feel and functions will be the same of non-mobile version.

P.S. All IMHO

+1

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digitalimpact says

I think responsive is simply overrated.

I see clients understanding and asking for responsive the same way they currently ask for HTML5 .

By this I don’t mean to say responsive is bad, but rather that it’s a cool train to be on, even if many don’t know if it’s the right train to take :)

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rvision_ says
||+520398|digitalimpact said-|| I think responsive is simply overrated.

I see clients understanding and asking for responsive the same way they currently ask for HTML5 .

By this I don’t mean to say responsive is bad, but rather that it’s a cool train to be on, even if many don’t know if it’s the right train to take :)

+1

Don’t own a smartphone, but browsing regular websites on iPad is almost the same experience as on desktop.

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Zanzad says
||+520214|Monkify said-|| I think that’s hard to say. It’s really only become such a popular thing recently due to the increase in the mobile/tablet market. It will definitely become more widely adapted this year, but I don’t think fixed-width is going away completely anytime soon.

I regard it as an option. And hopefully the market also think as I thought…

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Zanzad says
||+520283|Dream-Theme said-|| Responsiveness is a trend here on TF. But nobody is saying that non-responsive WEB is going away. Mobile devices are getting larger screens with larger resolutions. So non-responsive sites are looking good on them.

Moreover, I think that hypertrophied responsiveness as we see it today will pass relatively soon. Giving way for more smart responsive layout: e.g. some elements will be enlarged on mobile devices, but overall look, feel and functions will be the same of non-mobile version.

P.S. All IMHO

At least, the option market is now added by this new trend…

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Zanzad says
||+520398|digitalimpact said-|| I think responsive is simply overrated.

I see clients understanding and asking for responsive the same way they currently ask for HTML5 .

By this I don’t mean to say responsive is bad, but rather that it’s a cool train to be on, even if many don’t know if it’s the right train to take :)

Needs that will determine, right?

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Zanzad says
||+520423|rvision_ said-|| +1 Don’t own a smartphone, but browsing regular websites on iPad is almost the same experience as on desktop.

soon, you will have it and need a responsive web…:)

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