This may sound like a daft question, but here it goes.
Faced with a challenge of turning a really old hand-coded website that is left-centered and feels/looks 1990s into a responsive site (using Foundation 5) we discovered we’d need to redo manually approx. 47 pages (individually).
We desperately need to roll out the responsive version at least for the homepage, category pages and search results page, but working on the 47 remaining pages would take for ever.
The question is, from user experience point, if you were to land on a page, view it, then click on another page, view it, and the third one which would look like it’s the same site but VERY old version of it, what’s the effect of that?
We are torn between finishing them all (and potentially losing time + masses of conversions) and having 50% responsive pages and 50% old-looking pages live.
What shall we do?