Are attachments on smart phones readable?

The static design laid out by the graphic designer is compressed into the PDF and then into the device on which it displays. As you move from desktop to tablet to mobile device, it gets progressively unreadable.
Customers have to swipe and magnify columns of text, give up completely on charts and make sense of type that cannot be adjusted to reading comfort. Net result? People just give up.
The data you have so meticulously compiled just sits there! You can help the reader see charts and the stories behind the numbers in a totally new light [below]!
They may look neat but are they comprehensible? You are sending out a message but are your readers getting it?
The moment you click ‘Send’ from the email management platform, it’s out of your purview. You don’t know if the attachment was shared or which sections were read and navigated.
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PDF as viewed on a phone

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