Available in all sizes: 30 Flexible websites

The idea of responsive web design is to make websites that fit multiple screen sizes

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If your work on web design or developing you probably heard about responsive web design and flexible or adaptive layouts. Following the quick rise of smartphones and tablets, this technique is gaining recognition fast as clients need their websites to look good on multiple devices.
The idea of responsive web design is to make websites that fit multiple screen sizes. For the designer and developer that means they only have to work one version of the website instead of designing one for computers and other for mobile devices.
Here we showcase 30 great examples of this web design technique. If you want to know more on this subject, we advise you to read Ethan Marcotte's brilliant article on A List Apart, "Responsive Web Design", or buy his book.

  • 2011 Sasquatch! Music Festival

  • Naomi Atkinson

  • Pelican Fly

  • 3200 Tigres

  • Dmig 5

  • Stephen Caver - Luck is probability taken personally

  • This is Teixidó

  • Electric Pulp

  • Sleepstreet

  • Sparkbox

  • Ribot

  • Forgotten Presidents

  • Do Lectures

  • Have No Fear, The Build Guild is Here!

  • Trent Walton

  • Clear Air Commute Challenge

  • Deutsche & Japaner

  • Massimo Bonini Showroom

  • Stunning CSS3

  • Simon Collison

  • Shelf

  • Ethan Marcotte

  • A Flexible Grid

  • Adfont Calendar 2010

  • UX London

  • Sweet Hat Club

  • Re:play

  • 8 Faces Magazine

  • Splendid Digital Creative Ltd.

  • Hicksdesign

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