Responsive Web Design Examples #RWD
3rd February 2014
Responsive Web Design, or RWD, is now the recommended standard by Google. If you are getting a website, you need to think responsive.
The easiest way to explain Responsive Design is through pictures, so, while you can read our original article (called 'What is Responsive Web Design') about responsive web design, this might actually explain things better.
And I'm also going to use the opportunity to show you some of our past work.
First up is the website you are already on!
Note the way the website scales depending on the devices it is being viewed on. There is no need for a seperate website for mobile devices. There is no need to keep any list of devices updated - this site is totally future-proof. The display only depends on the size of the screen it is being viewed upon.
Beyond Conflict Ltd
This is the Beyond Conflict Ltd website, a simple and clean responsive website. Beyond Conflict Ltd is the founding organisation behind The National Register of Mediators and the nrm network.
This website is built using Photoshop, CSS and HTML5.
Emma Nail and Beauty Care
Emma Nail and Beauty Care is a salon based in Blanchardstown, who can also do home visits.
Andrew Gibson is a Corporate Trainer, Mediator and Leadership Coach.
This responsive one-page business website is made using Photoshop, CSS, XHTML and PHP.
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