26 Good examples of responsive web design for 2015
Today without responsive web design your design project cannot be completed. Especially after the sensational success of mobile devices, such as Smartphoneâs and tablets the demand for layouts that work for all devices increased rapidly. Presently the all the major web brand adapts responsive web design and this is high time you make all of your web design responsive. Today I will show you a number of the best examples of perfect responsive design. Let me know what you think…
As the name suggests, this is the website of the conference “Future of Web Design” in London. In order to meet the demands of the conference, it was of necessary to show what responsive web design can offer. This work so good that you can use this as a benchmark against other responsive web designs will be measured. The site works with three different layouts for different screen resolutions. Even the colors react responsively to slight changes as soon as the display width is changed.
Not many people use a large image for responsive web design. But Andersson Wise already did that and its look fantastic. Â The transitions between the different display widths are very successful. You should keep an eye on Â Andersson next web project.
3. Shiny Demos
Shiny demos show not only the latest open web standards, but do that in an impressive form. Unfortunately, not all browsers are capable of rendering the entire scope of the design Shiny demos. But the responsive design may work very well.
Kava Pink is a one-page responsive web design. It integrated Google Maps intelligently and shows that less can be more even and especially when it comes to responsive design.
At first glance, this might look like an ordinary responsive layout. However, you will be surprised when you see that on a tablet. In tablet device amazing drop down menu will appear and all content will be restructured intelligently. This is clearly the practical benefit of responsive design.
Obviously, there are a whole bunch of brilliant and responsive sites by Web designers to present their own performance. But William Csete is the first in our little Showcase here. The modern and sleek looks particularly strike me about this design. No need to further explain the usability menus. Independent of screen resolution, the navigation is always ready prominently.
These guys chose a humorous approach put some extra dose of fun into their design project. The great use of illustrations, the scrolling background and the cute logo animation impressed me. Particularly impressive is the fact that the guy on the scooter with the taper of the viewpoint is also younger. The roller is going on this path…
This website should be at every responsive design showcase. When the first time I saw this elegant and smart design with its seamless transitions between the viewpoint, I get surprised. The text-based menu reduced to icons, the usability remains at the highest level and there is no issue with the resolution.
It does not surprise me that this website got so many awards. DMIG is a scrolling navigation against a fixed background, which is still capable of perfect a responsive design. It is interesting to see how the big “DMIG” is replaced in smaller layouts.
Although this responsive web design is not for everyone this site has some unique feature. Â Turn your attention particularly to the navigation and the disappearance of inconspicuous design elements.
TIME Magazine is perhaps the best-known name in the field of print media, a dinosaur in the industry. They implement responsive web design at their website perfectly which also make them dinosaur of responsive design.
12. Lab Fiftyfive
If the spontaneous “Ahh” and “Ohh” wears off over the menu hover effects, you will realize the effectiveness of dual navigation which a prime example in terms of usability.
13. Hicks design
Hicks Design provides evidence that smaller resolution does not necessarily mean that all elements must be shrunk.
14.Â Its Keskin
There are relatively few designs that solely depend on typography. You can easily connect with this design. Keskin proves that typography-based sites can look terrific. You should note the large responsive header text.
I hesitated to include this site in the Showcase. After all, it is only about an imaginary example page. However, it is most suitable to demonstrate how responsive design cannot limit to a single viewpoint. They presented the content change precisely. Even the surface for activation of links is increased in small resolutions. This is not common so it took great courage to create something like that.
The embedding of videos is a very important and more important rising type display of content. However, it is also one of the biggest problems when it comes to responsive layout. FortyOneTwenty focused exactly this functionality with its responsive website. You can perfectly see this external Vimeo video on all types of devices.
17. Oliver Russell
Effortless simplicity -thatâs how I would describe my impression of this website. To create a better user experience at smaller device, you need a brilliant design. No wonder that this site looks good on a smaller screen than the larger one.
Go ahead. There is nothing to see. Well, in fact you will find on this website does magic tricks and impressive features. This is an absolute beauty. Siyelo offers impeccable layout without drastic changes to the user interface or content.
19. The Next Web
It is relatively rare that news magazines come with responsive design. The Next Web, however, is already a part that. The Next Web ultimately relies on three different layouts that can be controlled depending on the viewpoint. There are three layouts for this responsive design however advertisement disappears at small resolution. Of course, this is good for the audience, less good for the monetization possibilities of the operator. Let’s see how long The Next Web can hold, when the of smaller resolutions users rapidly increasing.
20. Kings Hill Cars
Customers have fallen in love with their own header. This website may serve as evidence that you should give up responsive layout. Be careful as the big picture of eye-catching automobile over all resolutions remains consistent. However, they didnât compromise with the banner text.
21. Ginger Whale
Ginger Whale made children reading tasty. Accordingly, the design is very suitable for children, with cute animations and age-appropriate drawings. The impressive aspect of web design is that Ginger Whale reacts responsively both in width and in height. So the site is always in the same way fully usable.
United pixels Workers offer the proof that even pages with an extremely large number of different products can work perfectly on different resolutions. They are worked with a tile design and this is really user-friendly.
Particularly impressive menu can quickly become a problem in responsive web design. You can be inspired by this website if you are facing the same problem. You will see that there is no contradiction and this is visually impressive and responsive at the same time.
24. Audio Vroom
Unlike streaming video, responsive design at audio streaming site is not really a challenge. However, audio Vroom implemented it correctly and successfully.
This one is not like any other web design. This is a common requirement for responsive design that the pages will look as equal as possible to different devices. Somewhat shows the opposite, offering completely different appearance depending on the resolution. You can easily you be friends with this design principle? Of course, this opens up a whole new world for web design.
Basically, we see a more or less typical company website that works responsively. The Lancaster University website is designed to ensure that all functionality is always available, regardless of resolution and client. This does not look particularly overwhelming but works just fine.
I found it quite difficult to curate 25 examples responsive design and introduce to you. That’s why I chose 26. What do you dislike most? I shamefully overlooked the absolute blockbuster? Let me know…