Responsive Web Design is a design practice which advocates the user of flexible grids, flexible images, and media queries in order to write a single codebase that will rearrange itself depending on the screen resolution of the browsing device.
Below is an assortment of designs, prototypes, and proof of concepts used to illustrate these principles across multiple website designs and industries.
Responsive design makes this financial portal, which includes features such as contacts, favorites and popular resources, display well within all browsers, from desktop to tablet to phone. The financial portal also features a message center to allow social integration into day-to-day activities at the company.
Finding the right health care center for yourself or your family doesn't have to be a frustrating task. With responsive design, potential patients have the ability to research, contact, and schedule an visit from their tablet, phone, or desktop computer whenever and wherever they wish.
Connecting with your clients is important. Helping them to learn more about you and their projects on any device and location provides a great opportunity for responsive web design.
Sometimes, it's possible to take an existing website design and apply responsive techniques to it. This demo provides an example of just that. We took an established retailer's website and provided an example of it being responsive.
Your customers want to monitor and maintain their accounts with your business on a regular basis. If they receive an email about their order, you need to provide access regardless of their device. Responsive Web Design is the answer.
Mobile commerce keeps being talked about in the various blogs and magazines. With Responsive Web Design, customers can access your products and may purchases from any device and at any time. In addition, it ensures promotional emails will always land them on a page formatted for their screen.