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They achieve this by engaging a potential customerOs senses and keeping them interested with a variety of content including video, images and copy.
It works well most of the time though, produces good-looking sites, and is free with no strings attached. PSPad also offers smart HTML previews of your site, and the ability to work with several documents at once, then save them all as a "session" for easy restoration later.
They're not exactly leading-edge designs, but you get plenty of layouts and colour schemes to explore.It's easy to customise the template text and images, and a sidebar offers plenty of surprising extras.
Go ahead expand your browser window out as far as your screen allows and it just maximizes the space without feeling cluttered.
Furthermore, the strength of the layout and menu structure does not degrade at smaller screen sizes. Nicely done.Food SenseClean layout, beautiful photography and playful iconography made me like this site immediately on my first visit.


I like the permanent menu and footer bars on my desktop, but appreciate how the footer moves to make room for more important content on my iPhone.
An excellent example that responsive design done well looks great on any size screen.CSS TricksIt might be the conspicuous green frog that causes me love this site. Either way, it’s worth resizing your browser window just to see him change size, shape and color. The breakpoints correspond well with the layout requirements and the result is a sharp looking site that does not degrade at any size.
The main menu always looks good even when those sweet little icons go away to make room on smaller screens.Grey GooseThe Grey Goose site shows that designing responsively does not limit our designs to columns of fluid text and images on solid backgrounds.
Beautiful photography, parallax scrolling, intuitive navigation and refined typography combine to create a site that is as equally functional and attractive on my smart iPhone as it is my iMac. This list is not in order of our preference, but if it was I think Grey Goose would be at the top.New Adventures In Web DesignWith a name like “New Adventures In Web Design,” one would expect a responsive site for this web design conference.
Notice how the menu, headline and body text resize subtly to achieve optimal legibility on all devices.
Good design is all about the details and this site has the details dialed in.Lancaster UniversityWebsites in the higher education space are not necessarily known for being on the leading edge of design trends. The great content is accompanied by subtle texture, beautiful illustration and–thanks to its responsive nature–is easily accessible no matter what device you fancy.HeathlifeHeathlife celebrates the heritage of one of London’s largest parks.
Where many large responsive websites omit content for smaller screen sizes, London & Partners keeps it all, maximizing accessibility for mobile users. This is a good reminder that responsive design is an excellent solution for large and small site alike.Oliver RussellOliver Russell has done a good job of building a site that responds well on mobile devices while keeping the integrity of the design in tact. My eyes are drawn to the most important sales points and I can access nearly all that I want to know without leaving the homepage.


Refreshingly simple compared to the laborious, text heavy website of other marketing firms. Well branded and brilliantly responsive, Ryan’s site is a thing of beauty on any screen.Jessica HischeJessica’s lettering and illustration rocks and so does her site.
One of which is “Teen Girl Mode”, replete with rediculously distracting animated gifs and a hideous cat illustration (Just click on the little heart in the upper right corner).ForkMaybe it’s the friendly King Trident mascot, but this happy little site makes me want to download the Fork cms straightaway, or at least “try the demo”.
Overall, site reformats and displays nicely on a variety of display ports.Ethan MarcotteEthan coined the phrase, ‘Responsive Web Design’ in 2010, so it comes without surprise that his website is responsive.
Ethan’s belief in articulate and intelligent design is expressed in a site that is straight and to the point without extraneous decoration.United Pixel WorkersThis t-shirt shop site stretches and shrinks to fill any size view port with photos of their hip graphic t’s. Currently it takes up an unnecessary amount of valuable screen space on my iPhone.Trent WaltonTrent’s site is an excellent example of fluid type. On a large monitor the text size is slightly bigger for increased readability, whereas the text shrinks to achieve comfortable line lengths and legibility on my iPhone. I also really like the simple block print style illustrations Trent includes in his articles.
He has supported the development of over 100 websites, with a keen focus on responsive design.
This approach is integrated into everything we do, from design and development, to engineering and social media strategy.



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