Should designers build separate sites for mobile devices?

04/16/2012 | Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox · Webmonkey

The rise of mobile devices means that Web designers should be building two entirely separate versions of their sites, one for desktop users and another for mobile, writes Web usability expert Jakob Nielsen. That's "a shockingly bad idea," counters Scott Gilbertson: It's far better to use responsive design principles to create a single site capable of adapting to the needs of individual visitors.

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