Ryan Boudreaux clears up some of the confusion about what is meant by responsive vs. adaptive web design. While similar in their goal, the approaches are different.
One of the hottest issues in web developer circles this year is accessibility of websites on various devices other than the standard desktop or laptop screens. While the subject is not new, it has taken on a relatively new approach with respect to how to deal with the opportunities ahead. Continue reading
Responsive web design is very high in demand nowadays. Responsive layouts give designers the possibility of offering optimized screen sizes depending on various devices such as cell phones, tablets, PCs etc. When a website is browsed from other devices like mobile phones and tablets, the entire website has to be to be optimized. Here is a list of 10 JQuery plugins for responsive web design, which will help you a lot in your design process.
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Responsive design has to go beyond optimizing for different screen sizes, write Code and Theory’s Dan Gardner and Mike Treff. Responsive design, which allows designers and developers to build websites that adapt to every screen size, is one of the most empowering web tools to be adopted in the last decade. But adapting to the screen is only the first frontier of a new, responsive web. Today, users expect online experiences that not only respond to what device they’re using, but also their location, time of day, what they’ve already read, and events happening in real time. To capture a user’s attention for the next generation of the web, you’ll need more than just responsive design. You’ll need a responsive philosophy.
If your website relies heavily on images, then having an image gallery is a great way to showcase your content on your website. Having said that, this idea may also backfire if visitors are coming from a mobile or touch device. Mobile users deserve some love too, hence the purpose of today’s post. There are a variety of responsive image galleries, slideshows and sliders to better manage your photos, screenshots and other forms of images on your site.
Is your agency’s website as cool as these? Check out these great examples of how to do responsive web design right…
Like it or not people do judge a book by its cover and your agency’s website is crucial to how the business is perceived by the outside world.
And the task of creating an impressive looking site that offers a great user experience has become ever more complex in recent years due the rise of smartphones and tablets.
The art of responsive web design has evolved to make your site look good on a variety of different devices, without having to code separate sites for each. If you’re looking for inspirational examples of this practice, then look no further than these responsive sites, which tick all the usability boxes and still manage to look fantastic. Continue reading
Designing for the web has changed drastically over the last 2-3 years. The days of designing for rigid screen sizes that are set in stone has long gone. Websites now have to be suitable for a plethora of different screen sizes, being used in very varied situations. This post is a compilation of resources we found useful when developing and designing responsive websites. Continue reading
It is not enough that you develop and design your website through WordPress platform. You also need to make sure that it has a responsive WordPress theme in order to keep users and visitors coming to your site. There are several responsive WordPress themes that you could choose from that would also adapt not just to your desktop but even when you browse in your mobile devices. Continue reading