23 Aug 2017

Creating Responsive Communities with Salesforce Lightning & Community Builder

Craig Johnson
Posted in: Communities, Community Cloud, Lightning, Responsive Design, Salesforce

Why is a responsive community so important? Well, it depends who you ask and what they do. From a technical mindset, the answer is pretty clear based on today’s users and their preferred devices. Mobile design is the new standard. So why is it still so painful to develop a community with a mobile experience that rivals desktop? And at the end of the day, what is most important to your users anyway?

9 Aug 2017

The Death of Responsive Design

Laura Schjeldahl
Posted in: Digital Experience, Responsive Design, User Experience (UX)

Wait … what? Hear me out. At this point, calling a web experience responsive is usually redundant. It is now assumed that websites will render in a usable manner across different screen sizes. Two years ago I wrote a post referring to responsive design as “the Holy Grail.” But as with all things tech, the tides have shifted rapidly. While responsive is still the right design approach for many websites, there are hybrid options that fit better in some cases, too.

11 Oct 2016

Gmail Support for Responsive Design Has Arrived

Darin Livdahl
Posted in: Digital Marketing, Email Marketing, Google, Integrated Marketing, Responsive Design, Targeted Marketing Programs

Gmail now supports embedded style sheets and media queries! What does that mean for email marketers and developers?

2 Sep 2016

How & Why to Use Bootstrap

Sarah Mayfield
Posted in: Bootstrap, Responsive Design, Web Development

At Sundog, we always strive for consistency and efficiency – especially when it comes to web development. One of the ways we do that is by using a framework, like Bootstrap, whenever applicable.

29 Oct 2015

6 Reasons Why Responsive Design Is Critical to User Experience (UX)

Laura Schjeldahl
Posted in: Design, Digital Experience, Mobile, Responsive Design, User Experience (UX), Web, Buyer Journey Optimization, Targeted Marketing Programs, Technical Strategy

Web design is no longer one-size-fits-all. That “size” is responsive. Of course, sometimes building a separate website or application is the best option. If you have a captive audience (e.g., intranet or portal) and know which device(s) they will be using, you can design to those specifications. But for the majority of sites built today, responsive design is the Holy Grail.