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Bravada's VivaVuva rolls out new fully responsive website
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Aug '14
BRAVADA International Ltd. announced that its women’s fashion brand, VivaVuva, has launched a new leading edge website that has been designed in a fully responsive web design environment. The new VivaVuva.com utilizes the latest code protocol for Responsive Website Design which Google now considers to be best practices.

VivaVuva is a women’s fashion retailer specializing in everything from sexy women’s fashion to women’s clothing designed for the casual fashion aware modern woman. VivaVuva provides a robust selection of dresses, women’s tops, skirts, women’s denim jeans, jewelry and more with very competitive pricing for today’s fashion and price conscious women.

Responsive website design (RWD) is web design that provides an optimal viewing experience across all device environments from mobile phones to desktop computers and everything in between. Responsive website designs respond to the user’s behavior and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation using one set of code for both desktop and mobile users.

VivaVuva will continue to further enhance its online shopping experience for women by continuing to add exciting design and user features as well as offering the very best and latest women’s fashion styles at fabulous pricing tiers.

BRAVADA International Ltd

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