50 Examples of Responsive Web Design

Nowadays, it’s not only important to develop your clients’ websites to look good on all browsers, and on PC and MAC, it’s also a must that websites are viewable on tablets and mobile devices. A lot of people opt for making one version of their site for desktop and another for mobile. Others choose Responsive Design, a mix of fluid grids and layouts, flexible images and an intelligent use of CSS media queries. There are quite a few sites dedicated to lending a hand with responsive gridsGridpak, CSSGrid,  Skeleton and SimpleGrid, just to name a few. Here are 50 (plus 1) examples of responsive websites.

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20 Awesome WordPress Material Design Themes For Website Landing Pages – 2016

Modern Internet culture is a quickly evolving beast, whose heart seems impossible to pinpoint but whose pulse is impossible not to feel, as it beats through the ol’ tubes and pipes, resonating with the world itself. And while no one seems able to put a finger on the heart of the beast, that hasn’t stopped us from trying. Enter Google’s Material Design concept philosophy.

Material Design is a complex idea that, when well executed, is almost imperceptible. Almost being the operative word here; Material Design involves subtle integration of increasingly powerful technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and BootStrap to provide detail oriented user experience enhancements, that are both passively and actively interactive, keeping visitors engaged and entertained even after they’ve lost their initial spur of interest. Material Design not only gives websites a polished, professional look to them, it lowers user bounce rates and improves revenue over time. And, further, it looks so, so strikingly beautiful!

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