Responsive Web Design

Posted on Aug 13, 2013 in Web Designing

Responsive Web Design

Android Galaxy S3, iPad mini, Nexus 7, Microsoft Surface – with the never ending parade of new mobile devices hitting the market, what is a marketer to do to engage with their audience on devices with varying sizes and capabilities?

The answer is simple: Responsive Design. Here is a look at what a marketers need to know about this approach to web and mobile design.

What is Responsive Design?

Responsive Design is write-once, run everywhere style of designing websites. Rather than building a separate site for each web and mobile device, responsive design uses CSS3 media queries to create a single website that intelligently that automatically adjusts its layout and features based on how it is being viewed.

Even though the year is half over, it’s also only half begun. 2013 web design trends include responsive, metro or “flat”, minimalism, typography, parallax, infinite scrolling, content first, fixed header, single page websites, and large image backgrounds.

Check out the visual below to learn about Responsive Design and why it’s the going to be one of the biggest marketing trends in 2013.

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    1 Comment

  1. Excellent article. More and more people are accessing the Internet through mobile devices, that is why it is very important for websites to be optimized to be viewable on a wide variety of screen sizes. Responsive design is also more search-engine friendly (according to Google itself) than building a separate mobile version.

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