Responsive Web design is quickly becoming the new design standard to accommodate the increasing number of devices, platforms and browsers people use to access the Web today. It refers to a website produced in a way that elegantly adapts to multiple screen sizes and resolutions, from very large monitors down to the smallest mobile device.
If you have not already given thought to a mobile version of your website, now is the time to give it serious consideration. Why? This year mobile accounts for 10 percent of all global Internet usage (doubled from 2011), and it is growing fast. In fact, in some countries, mobile Internet usage has already surpassed the desktop. Also, Google continues to place heavy consideration on mobile and has officially recommended responsive design for mobile SEO earlier this year.
So, if your website has been designed with a singular desktop focus, you might want to find a developer who can help you create a responsive website so you don’t miss the boat.
To get started, below is a showcase of nine outstanding examples of responsive websites from various industries:
MacDonald Hotels & Resorts
Life in Greenville
137 Pillars House
Berkshire Salon & Spa
Flat Fee Realty
Clean Air Challenge
Harpeth Valley Animal Hospital