“Day by day, the number of devices, platforms, and browsers that need to work with your site grows. Responsive web design represents a fundamental shift in how we’ll build websites for the decade to come.” – Jeffrey Veen
What exactly responsive web design is?
In simple words, it’s a kind of web design that uses “special queries” to detect the resolution of the device it’s being displayed on. Any time you visit some responsive web site, its fluid grids and flexible images change their sizes to fit your screen. And in result you get a site that works seamlessly across all sorts of tablets, mobile devices and desktop computers.
What are the main advantages of such a design?
- Your web site will be viewed perfectly on any platform;
- You won’t have to create and update several versions of the same web site – one for desktop users and one for mobile users;
- User experience will be really enhanced and that will improve your conversion rates.
Today we’d like to continue talking about responsive web design (our first article on this topic is available here) and show you a responsive web design interactive infographic.
There you can find a number of tips and tricks how to build a responsive site, a list of free PDF books about responsive web design, a collection of responsive templates and lots of other stuff that will be useful for both experienced web designers and beginners who are eager to develop their own responsive websites.
Feel interested? Then just look through an interactive version at http://www.templatemonster.com/infographics/responsive-web-design-interactive-guide.php
Author: Diane Parks is a part of Template Monster Team. She is fond of modern web design trends like responsive web design and new marketing strategies.
We’d like to use the following link http://www.templatemonster.com/infographics/responsive-web-design-interactive-guide.php for the image.