It’s no use making elements small enough to fit the screen yet losing accessibility and interest in the process. For that reason, here are some notable websites I’ve ran into during my research.
Web Design: Awesome Responsive Websites | Design Inspiration & Tutorials via @pinterest….
Check out Laura Bosch Rovira’s Pinterest Board for inspiration. Incidentally Pinterest works out as a neat idea for collecting inspirational websites.
A good responsive is not only the one that will fit into any screen, but will also adapt its content to stay readable, and accessible for the user.
Responsive web design is undoubtedly a rapidly growing trend right now, the increasing tablet and mobile device usage has been an ingredient in the success of web responsiveness. It would not be surprising to see the majority of popular websites adapt responsive web designs in the near future.
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
Users who access your websites through their mobile devices or other display screens shouldn’t be aware of the differences in rendering however they land on your website. What is important to a user is that they can effectively navigate your website on whatever device they happen to be using.
For that reason, the two methods described in this article have been devised for web developers to meet the rendering issues subtly affected by how a user consumes the internet.
Have you noticed any Adaptive or Responsive Webdesigns you would like to share? Link me up in the comments below for a featured mention – Juliana