Most of the time when building a page for wide desktop landscape and tall portrait mobile view the widgets get re-arranged from a multi-column side by side to a one-column vertical layout. You can see this in action at our community at https://community.dataiku.com It's a common design pattern for frontend web design so anyone familiar with styling should be able to build. Khoros a few years back did a great job in porting the most commonly used widgets to support a responsive view, so you shouldn't run into any "hard-coded" blockers. At least I didn't, but I might also be too much into the platform that I already instinctively avoid any of the problematic areas :smirking_face: I'm happy to give your styling wizard a tour of how to approach the responsive design. (And since your are also a Titan I've also shared some hints about this here: https://community.khoros.com/t5/Titans/Suggestion-on-Platform-Improvements-on-Redesign/ba-p/619059 - Sorry to any non-Titan for sharing this teaser link :P)
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@davidsand - I wish that Khoros was licensed to provide you with either (or both) of the whitepapers created by Forrester Research or the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA), but sadly, we are not.
However, if your organization has memberships or subscriptions to Forrester Research or the TSIA, here are the whitepapers to request or download:
Measuring the Success of Customer Communities Membership, Activity Levels, Return on Investment, Technology Integration - by John Ragsdale (TSIA-TI-14-030 | November 18, 2014)
The ROI Of Online Customer Service Communities (June 30th, 2009)
A Total Economic Impact Analysis uncovers Big Benefits From Social Technologies - by Natalie L. Petouhoff, Ph.D. with Chip Gliedman, William Band, and Andrew Magarie
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