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The answer is simple – Responsive Web Design

For those who are totally new to the concept, Responsive Web Design is a design technique that thoroughly focuses on a user’s environment and behavior based on the orientation and size of his screen as well as the platform. This methodology integrates a blend of cleverly laid out grids and images combined with the smart usage of CSS Media Queries. What happens is that, when a user switches from his desktop or laptop screen to his iPad or iPhone, the website will automatically itself to fit the device’s screen.

In a nutshell, you could say you are empowering a website with a kind of artificial intelligence which lets it respond to the user’s environment. Responsive Web Design has gained tremendous popularity in the Web Design World as it eliminates the need of having different development and design phases for every different gadget in the Industry.

So if you are looking for inspiration for your next website, you should look at these fresh and stylish responsive design layouts (in no particular order) which cover a wide range of companies and design strategies. Here, we will focus on the mobile side of these responsive websites and try to take a look at what practices make these websites an inspiration to everyone who’s looking to transform their web design to function across multiple platforms and devices.

1. Sony

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Sony manages to get everything right in their elegantly designed website. My favorite part of their responsive design approach was seeing the way their navigation bars change when switching from desktop to mobile devices. On a mobile device, the main navigation menu will change places with the social media buttons. The menus also compact themselves into a single drop down button where the different pages can be accessed easily.

2. Starbucks

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Starbucks is unarguably one of the biggest retailers in the world and it was one of the first to make the jump to responsive web design. The minute you switch to mobile from desktop on this website, you get the feeling that they have a sizable team with a substantial budget working on the transformation. The first noticeable thing was that the initial breakpoint arrives at the 769px mark (I assume this has been done to accommodate the portrait orientation of tablets). The best thing about the design is that the navigation adapts itself automatically across different breakpoints. For example, at the largest breakpoint, the top level menu allows you to jump across two levels of navigation for viewing a page.

3. Aids.gov

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Aids.gov‘s website is probably the first US government website that has made the switch to responsive web design. I noticed that they use the HTML5 doctype without the use of any additional HTML5 elements like articles, headers or sections. Specific attention has been paid to the website for how it is viewed by users on Windows IE Mobile 7. Aids.gov employs the standard responsive web design approach as the website was redesigned from scratch. The theory lies in working with the smallest screen size and resolution first and then building up the additional required CSS code as the breakpoints are increased. Responsive images have been incorporated to make the website more visually appealing with special emphasis on how the script dynamically recalculates the appropriate height and width of each image based on the screen size.

4. Dairy Queen

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If you want to feast your eyes on one of the most perfect examples of responsive web design, head over to the Dairy Queen’s official website. One of the best things about the design is the fluid slider motion for mobile devices. There is a strong emphasis on how visible the content is to users across multiple devices and screen sizes. The main navigation menu wraps up into a smart drop down box at the first breakpoint allowing users to easily navigate the different food categories. All in all, the website is a visual treat and a perfect execution of elegant and efficient responsive web design.

5. Alsacreations

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This is one website that has taken a different responsive web design approach than most websites present on the Internet. Alsacreations doesn’t worry about maintaining all their elements and aspects of their desktop website when a reader switches to tablet or mobile. Instead, Alsacreations drops their image slider from widescreen display to square and even more, when the readers switch to mobile they will not be able to see any of the original elements except for the About button and the Email form in addition to the links for all other elements. This has been done keeping the views of the specific target audience in mind where the creators have kept in mind that most users opening websites from their mobile devices do it to get the brief company information only.

6. Gravitate

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It wouldn’t be fitting to have a design studio website without responsive website design on their own page, right? Even if you are a lone freelancer, you would want your website to reflect your design skills and portfolio and this is exactly the approach that Gravitate Design Studio has incorporated into their website. They have kept and simple yet elegant design without going over the top on borders or shadowing or other flashy elements. The menu buttons on the top compact and nicely re-arrange themselves when you switch to mobile giving users to access to every page on the website.

7. Spigot

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This is another web design and development company that has flawlessly perfected the art of responsive web design for their website. Going through the pages, you cannot deny the fact that the entire layout has been designed to work without any errors on desktop and mobile devices. You would expect that the shifting and animated icons would lose their touch on mobile devices, but this is not the case with Spigot. Although it would have been difficult to make this design work across all devices yet they have pulled it off magnificently setting a truly inspiring example for others in the field.

8. Disney

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Entertainment giants Disney have a website which is a perfect example of coherent designing across all devices and platforms. Smaller resolution doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to compromise on content. The beauty of this responsive design is that the focus stays always on the content that matters. Photos and Videos are the main focus of attention whether you open it on a mobile device, tablet or your PC. However the only drawback from usability point of view on mobile devices is that the navigation doesn’t have direct access in mobile version and you have to make up for it with an extra click.

9. Food Sense

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Another excellent example of sharp responsive web design techniques is Food Sense. It uses wide screen resolutions to the maximum but when limited by width on mobile devices, it adjusts brilliantly by managing to still maintain its smooth flow and tidy outlook. However, one drawback I noticed with the Mobile version was the loss of the latest Tweets and Facebook plugin which can be seen on the full version under the navigation bar on the side column.

10. Skinny Ties

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There is no better definition of perfect responsive web design execution than Skinny Ties. The design is even more impressive considering that it was a complex website – an ecommerce one. You will find a unique navigation experience across all breakpoints and viewpoint resolutions but the best thing about is its exceptionally responsive handling on mobile devices. Despite the use of the hovering function on touch devices, all visual aspects remain intact.

11. Coca Cola

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Soft Drinks giant Coca-Cola made their entry into the fast changing web design world with one of the most complicated responsive web designs I have come across so far. One of the noticeable features is how the content boxes on the right hand side automatically align themselves below the slider so the user has no viewing problems. One drawback I came across however was some minor bugs with the navigation on 240×480 portrait screens.

12. Clean Air Challenge

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First thing you notice about Clean Air Challenge are the moving clouds in the background. Like many, I expected the website to lose this animation on mobile devices, but amazingly the animation stays smooth and balanced. In addition to that, the website intelligently transforms into a vertical format while still maintaining its other aesthetic elements for example you will lose the images of the main navigation icons when you move to your mobile device but when you scroll down, they will be visible to you in the footer.

13. Contents Magazine

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Contents Magazine gives one of the best illustrations of how effective responsive web designing can keep the content of the website at the center and front at all times – regardless of the device or platform used. The designers have managed to create a near perfect design where the pre-issued illustrations dynamically wrap around depending on the different breakpoints. The best thing about the design is that a reader will find genuine pleasure in reading the various content on his mobile site as the responsive images adjust themselves and never act as a distraction.

14. Crayola

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Crayola gives us a perfect example of how cleverly used responsive web design can lead to navigation and content being scaled down for users operating a mobile device. When you look at the desktop version, the website has loads of tabs for navigation but when you switch to a mobile device, you get to see only the important ones whereas a user-friendly accordion pops up to accommodate the main navigation bar.

15. Time

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In this day and age, it has become essential for every news site to have a responsive web design since they have to cater to the needs of a large population of their readers who want access to all the latest news and stories on the go. Time gives us an example of a minimalistic responsive web design approach while at the same time it sets an example for other News websites and companies on how to design grids and menus for easy viewing on a mobile device.

16. Smashing Magazine

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Smashing Magazine sets the example for absolutely perfect responsive web designing where they demonstrate how the original design and content of a website does not need to be sacrificed on mobile devices. The developers of this website have paid attention to accommodating virtually every single screen size and resolution. One of the best things about viewing this website in your mobile device is that the ads simply disappear. The left side bar and the main navigation bar all wrap up into a drop down menu giving a mobile user easy accessibility to all pages of the site. One drawback is the absence of the social media buttons and the RSS feeds subscription button which are only visible in the desktop version.

17. Polygon

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Polygon stands out from the rest of the crowd in the Gaming websites industry combining stunning artwork and responsive web design architecture for a superb display across desktop and mobile devices. But one very obvious drawback is that the social media buttons disappear when you switch from desktop to mobile.

18. Ableton

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Even if you have a relatively heavy sight, Abelton demonstrates that with intelligently written code, you can still deliver a vibrant color combination with a mix of bold imagery across all platforms and devices. With the need to incorporate both video and music, Abelton have managed to do keep the focus on the content while making sure the design is not sacrificed.

19. Burton

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Although Snowboard retail giant Burton have incorporated responsive web design nicely for most elements of their page, there is still a lot left to be desired. For instance, the main menu navigation bar on a mobile device is nothing but a simple drop down button. The Board Finder tool is also missing which would have been a great feature for customers who are on the go and who want to find the perfect snowboard for themselves.

20. Abduzeedo

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Although Abduzeedo has a lot going on for itself on the Desktop, it doesn’t quite live up to the same expectations on a Mobile device. For starters, the posts automatically align themselves on the grid which makes them look clustered and improper. Regarding the sticky navigation on the Desktop, it has become more of a trend these days although there are two different opinions regarding this.

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25 Web development resources to help you create better websites

 

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25 Web development resources to help you create better websites

#1. Columnal

The Columnal CSS grid system is a “remix” of a couple others with some custom code thrown in. The elastic grid system is borrowed from cssgrid.net, while some code inspiration (and the idea for subcolumns) are taken from 960.gs.

#2. Initializr

Initializr is here to kick-start the development of your new projects. It generates templates based on HTML5 Boilerplate by allowing you to choose which parts you want or don’t want from it. A responsive template has also been added to start from a basic design instead of a blank page.

#3. Button CSS3 UI

This new CSS3 Framework buttons is perfect for your websites, blogs and web projects.
It’s now possible to integrate custom buttons easy to use and understand.

#4. Bootstrap v.2.0 from Twitter

A 12-column responsive grid, dozens of components, JavaScript plugins, typography, form controls, and even a web-based Customizer to make Bootstrap your own.Built at Twitter by @mdo and @fat, Bootstrap utilizes LESS CSS, is compiled via Node, and is managed through GitHub to help nerds do awesome stuff on the web. Bootstrap was made to not only look and behave great in the latest desktop browsers (as well as IE7!), but in tablet and smartphone browsers via responsive CSS as well.

#5. Normalize.css

Normalize.css makes browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern standards. It precisely targets only the styles that need normalizing. Normalize.css is a small CSS file that provides better cross-browser consistency in the default styling of HTML elements. It’s a modern, HTML5-ready, alternative to the traditional CSS reset.

#6. Adobe Edge Free Web Fonts

Edge Web Fonts gives you access to a vast web font library made possible by contributions from Adobe, Google, and designers around the world. The fonts are served by Typekit, so you can be sure of high performance and stability. Plus, it’s free!

#7. dabblet – A Playground for Testing CSS and HTML

dabblet is an interactive playground for quickly testing snippets of CSS and HTML code. It uses -prefix-free, so that you won’t have to add any prefixes in your CSS code. You can save your work in Github gists, embed it in other websites and share it with others.

#8. CSS3 Shapes

CSS3 Shapes provide a list of mainly geometric shapes you can perform using CSS3. Whether you need a circle, triangle or some other shape I am sure you will find something useful here.

#9. Mobile Boilerplate

HTML5 Boilerplate helps you build fast, robust, and adaptable web apps or sites. Kick-start your project with the combined knowledge and effort of 100s of developers, all in one little package.

#10. CSS3 Patterns Gallery

CSS3 Patterns Gallery offers exactly what the title says, a large selection of CSS3 patterns. On the front page you will see all the different patterns, then when you click on one it will give you the code needed to recreate this pattern on your site.

#11. Modernizr

Modernizr is a JavaScript library that detects HTML5 and CSS3 features in the user’s browser. Modernizr runs quickly on page load to detect features; it then creates a JavaScript object with the results, and adds classes to the html element for you to key your CSS on. Modernizr supports dozens of tests, and optionally includes YepNope.js for conditional loading of external .js and .css resources.

#12. The Semantic Grid System

Set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages. All without any .grid_x classes in your markup. Oh, and did we mention it’s responsive? Runs on LESS, SCSS, or Stylus.

#13. Moqups – HTML5 App For Creating Wireframes

Moqups is a nifty HTML5 App used to create wireframes, mockups or UI concepts, prototypes depending on how you like to call them. If you ever wanted to create a wireframe of a website then this is the program that will help you do exactly that.

#14. Sencha CSS3 Animator & HTML5 Animations

Captivate your audience. Engage your customers. Standards-based CSS3 animation has never been so easy. With the power of Sencha Animator, use CSS3 animations to build the next generation rich-media ads. Animate text and images with smooth transitions, design buttons with gradients, and embed analytics. All backed by the strength of web standards. It does cost $99 but it is really worth it.

#15. Css2Less – CSS to LessCSS converter

This tool has been thought for front-end developers who are tired of working with CSS. Here you can quickly convert your old CSS files to fresh new LESS files. As easy as copy/paste. You can also convert files locally by install the css2less RubyGems.

#16. prefixMyCSS

You can now use powerful CSS3 techniques, and don’t waste your time writing each properties. First, write your code for your loved browser. Then, come here, paste your CSS code in the first block, and prefix! All vendor prefixes are added to your code. You can safely replace your old code.

#17. RWD Grid

rwdgrid is just another Grid system based on popular 960grid , which is responsive and ranges from mobile, tablet, laptops and wide screen displays. Naming convention of this grid system is similar to 960 grid system, where underscore is replaced by hyphen (increases readabilty).rwdgrid is having different Grid system made for 1200px+ Displays, 960px+ Displays, 720px+ Displays and Mobile screens.

#18. Foundation

The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Foundation is made by ZURB, a product design company in Campbell, California. They have more than 15 years of experience building web products, services and websites into this framework.

Foundation is a rock-solid, responsive framework for rapidly prototyping and iterating into production code. It includes a 12-column, future-friendly grid and tons of great tools and elements that’ll get you up and running in no time.

#19. CSS Lint

CSS Lint helps point out problems with your CSS code. It does basic syntax checking as well as applying a set of rules to the code that look for problematic patterns or signs of inefficiency. The rules are all pluggable, so you can easily write your own or omit ones you don’t want.

#20. Buzz

Buzz is a small but powerful Javascript library that allows you to easily take advantage of the new HTML5 audio element. It degrades silently on non-modern browsers.

#21. HTML Email Boilerplate

This website and its sample code creates a template of sorts, absent of design or layout, that will help you avoid some of the major rendering problems with the most common email clients out there — Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo Mail, etc

#22. Mozilla Thimble

Thimble makes it ridiculously simple to create your own web pages. Write and edit HTML and CSS right in your browser. Instantly preview your work. Then host and share your finished pages with a single click. Easy, huh?

#23. Fluid Baseline Grid

The Fluid Baseline Grid System is an HTML5 & CSS3 development kit that provides a solid foundation to quickly design websites with ease.

The FBG system was built with typographic standards in mind and combines principals of fluid-column layouts, baseline grids and mobile-first responsive design into a resolution independent and device agnostic framework. It is packed with CSS normalization, beautiful typographic standards, corrected bugs, common browser inconsistencies and improved usability. You can finally have your cake and eat it too, all while making awesome websites.

#24. Sprite Cow

Sprite Cow helps you get the background-position, width and height of sprites within a spritesheet as a nice bit of copyable css.

Automated spritesheet generators are pretty cool, but I prefer the control over optimisation and compression you get by making them manually. However, copying all the positions & sizes from graphics apps wasted a ton of my time, so the guys behind Sprite Cow made this!

#25. holmes.css

holmes.css is useful for checking the quality of your code (up to W3C HTML5 standards), nitpicking over ensuring markup is valid and semantic and accessility guidelines are met, and when you are tasked to fix up and debug an old, OLD website. It has a simple implementation and a mostly unobtrusive effect on your page. Not recommended for live enviroments.

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50 Best Responsive Web Design Toolbox

 

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We all know that smart-phones, Androids, iPhones and Tablets are gaining popularity like anything. Thanks to their popularity, responsive website designing is not only getting popular but also very important. Since websites are being accessed via mobiles on a larger scale, more and more web owners are turning towards responsive web designing. Web developers and designers who can design responsive websites are earning intensely. To support the entire process of responsive website designing and development, a lot of web design tools have been introduced. We should definitely thank those developers who are talented enough to design these tools and make things easier for other developers.

50 Useful Responsive Web Design Tools For Designers

In this article, we have compiled 50 of the most useful responsive web design tools which can help developers in building a responsive design toolbox. This collection of responsive web design tools will help you a lot with your entrance in the field of responsive designing. The tools have been categorized for you to understand the tools and their functionality.

Grid & Frameworks

Let’s start with Grid & Framework tools.

Columnal

Columnal is a great tool for making your grids flexible. So, when your grids are flexible your window will be resized with ease. This is a project of Pulp+Pixels having a pinch of cssgrid.net and code inspiration from 960.gs.

1.Columnal

Skeleton

This tool is popular among designers and developers because it is simple and efficient to use. This tool basically prevails CSS framework so you will get a neat and easy documentation and the best part is, no Javascript here.

2.Skeleton

LessFramework 4

With LessFramework 4, responsive web development gets a lot easier. This is basically based on CSS media queries.

3. LessFramework 4

Semantic Grid System

This tool is basically meant to design grid layouts for responsive web sites. In order to give you the maximum proficiency, the Semantic Grid System uses pre-processed CSS extensions like LESS, SCSS or Stylus. Also, it gives developers an option to select widths and deal with pixels.

4. Semantic Grid System

Golden Grid System

This is best for beginners and with Golden Grid System you can make your web pages look good with pixels from 240 to 2560.

Golden Grid System

320 and Up

This is again a beginner’s guide or a template for responsive website. It is basically a CSS media queries boilerplate and is quite different in comparison to other boilerplates.

320 and Up

Inuit.Css

The best part of Inuit.CSS is that it is very convenient for users. It is quite to the point but supports plugins for more help.

InuitCss

Gridless

This is a boilerplate which helps users in developing responsive websites with extraordinary typography. Gridless is great for newbies.

Grid Set

1140 CSS Grid

This grid system is designed by Melbourne designer Andy Taylor and the basic purpose of this tool is to make your design adaptable to various resolutions.

1140 CSS Grid

1KB CSS Grid

Tyler Tate takes the credit for this tool. With this you can set the number of columns.

1KBCSSGrid

Bootstrap

Bootstrap has a huge number of free UI elements, layouts, Javascript tools for users’ to download and they can be utilized in various responsive designing projects.

Bootstrap

Fluid Grid Calculator

This is indeed a simple tool with a simple functionality. You can easily seize the CSS of your fluid grid website design.

Fluid Grid Calculator

Fluid Grids

This will help you in creating responsive layouts with 6-16 columns.

Fluid Grids

Flurid

This is a great tool and indeed a useful one. It is a cross-browser CSS grid framework with up to 16 columns.

Flurid

Grid Set

This will help you in making grids of all kinds. Mark Boulton has introduced the beta version but it is a good one.

Grid Set

Gridpak

This is an online grid generator which helps user with the number of columns, padding, and gutter. Apart from this, user can also add custom breakpoints. The best part is that with Gridpak, you can download PNG grid templates.

Gridpak

SimpleGrid

As the name suggests, it is pretty simple and is developed by Michael Kuhn.

SimpleGrid

Susy

Sassy is another form of the Semantic Grid System.

Susy

Tiny Fluid Grid

This is an excellent web app which can accommodate you in determining the grid system of your website in an interactive way.

Tiny Fluid Grid

Variable Grid System

This is based on 960 grid system and allows user to design customized grids.

Variable Grid System

Sketch Sheets & Wireframes

Responsive Web Design SketchSheets

This tool makes mapping out and placements of the elements a lot easier.

Responsive Web Design SketchSheets

Responsive Wireframes

Built with HTML and CSS, this tool will help you in visualizing your responsive website.

Responsive Wireframes

StyleTiles

It also helps you in analyzing how your website will look like.

StyleTiles

JavaScript & JQuery Plugins

Adapt.js

This is a great alternative to CSS media queries. This is basically a small javascript library.

Adaptjs

Isotope

This is a jQuery plugin useful for designing responsive websites. It helps in the rearrangement of elements on resizing.

Isotope

Masonry

With this you can create adaptive responsive layouts. It also helps in rearrangement of the elements.

Masonry

Respond.js

The main purpose of this script is to make your responsive website compatible for browsers like IE wo do not support CSS3 media queries.

Respondjs

TinyNav.js

This helps developers in creating small drop downs for long lists.

TinyNavjs

Wookmark JQuery Plugin

This is a great tool and functions to detect the size of the browser and fits the elements accordingly.

Wookmark JQuery Plugin

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