Responsive web design means adjusting and customizing your website design so it can accommodate screens of different sizes and display content to the user to make a better user experience. To make your website responsive to different screen sizes you should use fluid grids, images and queries, to do this there are many responsive web design tools available to assist you. You can see some examples of responsive web design in action in a previous post: A Collection Of Exceptional Responsive Web Designs.
In this post I am going to take a look at some of the available mobile WordPress templates available that will allow you to easily convert your WordPress theme into a fully responsive design that can display your content on browsers of all different size, including the iPhone and iPad. Read More
Responsive web design is a hot topic in the design/development community right now, many sites are converting their design to incorporate a responsive layout and for many new builds a responsive design that serves many different browsers and media sizes is a must.
Last week DesignWoop published a post providing a selection of tools to help you create a responsive design, today we will look at a selection of websites that are responsive and immaculately designed. Read More
Nowadays people are dependent on Internet. They’re using laptops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones and even TVs to surf Internet. These devices have different screens and resolutions and it can be really hard to create website which works properly on all of these devices.
But there is a solution. Responsive design is all about adjusting designs to accommodate screens of different sizes. If you want to create a responsive web design you should use fluid grids, images and queries. In this post you will find 20 useful tools for creating responsive web design.