It’s almost incomprehensible in 2015 to build a website that isn’t responsive. The technique has developed to the point that most designers no longer say, ‘responsive web design,’ we say, ‘web design,’ and mean exactly the same thing.
I’ve organized this guide with helpful tips, codes, plugins, and design examples to better explain responsive web design. This article should provide a large swath of information beneficial to anyone new or well-versed in responsive techniques.
Designing in pixels for Desktop and Mobile only is also the past, as more and more gadgets can open up a website. Therefore, let's clarify some basic principles of responsive web design here to embrace the fluid web, instead of fighting it. To keep it simple we'll focus on layouts
Together, these features let us mark up adaptable, flexible, responsive images. They let us send each of our users a source tailored to his or her device, enabling huge performance gains. Armed with a superb polyfill and an eye toward the future, developers should start using this markup now!
Mobile navigation must be discoverable, accessible, and take little screen space. Exposing the navigation and hiding it in a hamburger both have pros and cons, and different types of sites have different preferred solutions to the mobile-navigation quandary.
It stands to reason that responsive web design requires responsive typography to suit. Font size, spacing and layout should work together to create an elegant, legible text setting in each viewport. But how? We asked seven leading web designers.
The aim of responsive images then, is not to deliver a higher quality image to screens that can display it (which we can do easily), the aim is to deliver the highest quality image supported and nothing more.
This was a small change in my design process but I think it represents a larger change in my thought process about how responsive design really works. It closes the gap (a bit) between representing a dynamic medium (the web) with static design vs. designing in a dynamic platform (i.e. writing code).
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We have some good ideas, but the ideas still need refinement. The patterns I like for mobile navigation tend to be off-canvas, navigation at the bottom, triggered by gestures. I suspect we’ll use all three in whatever becomes a common pattern.
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