Time Moves to Responsive Design

News brand tries to capitalize on mobile traffic

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Time magazine says it isn’t going to follow Newsweek’s move to a digital-only publication. But nor is it ignoring the shift towards mobile news reading. And so Oct. 21, Time moved its site to responsive design so that the content automatically “snaps” to the frame, regardless of screen size (no more pinching and zooming).

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