Most professionals agree: 2013 is the year of Responsive Design in Web Design. Responsive Design is the practice of building a single website that is optimized for screens of all sizes: smartphones, tablets, laptops and large desktop monitors. Unlike the traditional approach of building multiple versions of the same website (a desktop version, a mobile version, etc.), responsive websites automatically adapt to screen size and to the capabilities of a mobile device. The benefit of responsive design is clear: only one website to build and maintain.
Below are some of the best examples of Responsive Design that we could find. But don’t take our world for it. Check them out on your desktop, laptop, smartphone or other mobile device.
Did we miss any great examples of Responsive Design? Feel free to share your thoughts and examples!