As consumers manage more aspects of their financial lives from their mobile devices, more retirement plan providers are turning to “responsively designed” websites to deliver the best possible digital user experiences.
Retirement-readiness tools help participants estimate how much income they will need in retirement, and how much they are on track to have. These resources are playing an increasingly central role in the retirement planning process for many participants. As such, many providers have integrated responsive design into these tools to ensure participants can engage with them, regardless of the device they are using.
The rise in responsive design makes it easier for participants to review and manage their accounts, particularly for those participants without consistent access to computers and whose record-keepers do not offer robust apps.