50 Best Responsive Website Design Examples of 2013

Posted: June 10th, 2013

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Social Driver’s list of favorite responsively designed websites has returned! Last year we shared our 20 top responsive design picks and now we are back with even more awesome sites. We’ve searched high and low to gather our 50 best responsive website designs and why we think they are so great.

It’s no secret we think responsively designed websites rock. For those of you wanting to dig a little deeper, check out our take on why responsive web design is an excellent solution for our websites and how responsive design actually works.

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars |

The National Society of Collegiate Scholar’s website was ingeniously designed for the Millennial generation. The webpage’s easily resizable photo spread, mobile-ready layout and clear focus on the organization’s membership make for an incredibly inviting find.

Dadaab Stories

Dadaab Stories

This site is awesome!  It’s the kind of responsive innovation that makes you go ‘wow’. The Dadaab Stories website actually transports you to the Dadaab African Village through the use of movie-like headers and wildly attractive design features that seamlessly transform over a variety of mediums.  Take a quick scroll through the straightforward screen options and you will see for yourself the impressive attention to detail. Now that is design you can feel good about!

More Hazards

More Hazards More Heroes | Official Site

I just love this site. More Hazard’s knows music but they also know website design. The awesome turntable and uncomplicated focus make this site just as much about music as it is about user experience. The page exemplifies the group’s ‘quiet is the new loud’ motto with a creative yet understated design that emphasizes the importance of mobile listening. You should definitely check More Hazard out, if for nothing more then to hear their album-which, by the way, is just as wonderful.


Awwwards - Website Awards - Best Web Design Trends

Awwwards.com not only creatively displays and assesses innovative websites but it also boasts one of our top choices in responsive design. This company does a great job of simply and clearly promoting well-made sites without taking their own design too seriously.

The Haberdash Fox

Haberdash Fox
The funky details and crisp construction of The Haberdash Fox website make it nothing short of well dressed. The collection of menswear finds from Etsy is tactfully laid out and the navigation is intuitive. This site no doubt creates a fantastic shopping experience for its of-the-moment consumers.

The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
The Children’s Museum in Pittsburgh’s website sports an unfussy design, inviting bright colors and readable, multimedia layouts which are extremely accessible for the parent on the go.  With just a touch of whimsy, this website is a great fit for the kid inside all of us.

Contents Magazine 

Contents Magazine | a new magazine for new-school editorial

Contents Magazine offers a fantastic example of how responsive design can enhance branding. The logo easily adjusts for any screen and the background imagery is both clear and fresh. Contents Magazine.com is well organized and cleverly designed which makes reading the equally interesting articles easy and inviting.


sketchin - evolutive experience design
Sketchin, an international user experience design company, has a website that clearly highlights its area of expertise. With changing background reels detailing different client-technology interactions, this website cleverly communicates with its users.


Disney.com | The official Home Page for all things Disney

Nothing makes a Disney fan happier then seeing their favorite character on display. Disney’s site does a fantastic job of showcasing the company’s greatest animated stars across all screen mediums. Go ahead and resize your browser to see how seamlessly Simba and Mickey change with you. Simply magic!

The Next Web

The Next Web - International technology news, business & culture
As one of the companies promoting well crafted responsive design, The Next Web does a great job keeping up with the trends. Intuitively designed for multiple mediums, the website is just as easy for me to peruse on my iPhone as it is on my desktop.

These are Things

These Are Things - Home of the Modern World Map

After viewing a ton of responsive websites, These Are Things still remains one of my favorite designs. Created by two artists, this site is nothing short of creative. It has imaginative scrolling features that translate well on any screen. Scrolling through the pages made me feel like I was being taken through a day in the life of the two creators. By paying this page a visit, you will not only get a taste of Jen and Omar’s quirky imagination and lovable admiration for their pets, but you also get to experience the expertly responsive site that left me with a big ol’ smile.

A Book Apart

A Book Apart, A Book Apart — Brief books for people who make websites.
A Book Apart demonstrates that website navigation can be a breeze regardless of how you access a page. This organization does a stellar job of maintaining an orderly product display system that smartly conforms to different mediums without clutter. With their sharp aesthetic and clear branding, A Book Apart does a standout job displaying their products.

Design Week Portland

Design Week Portland

Now this is a group that understands the importance of multimedia. Design Week Portland offers a warm, personal welcome to its website’s visitors with a video appropriate for all viewing mediums. Add that to the page’s clear navigation, fun color scheme, and down to earth messaging and it becomes clear these designers really are experts in their craft.

The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe
Given the amount of content that passes through the Boston Globe on a daily basis, this website is extremely well organized! One of the pioneers in responsive news media, it continues to provide an outstanding example of how companies can optimize the webpage viewing experience across a large range of visitors. The ease of news access makes paying the extra subscription charge well worth it.

Rally Interactive

Rally Interactive

I so appreciate Rally Interactive’s website design. It does an amazing job of giving its visitors a sense of the company’s personality. Their attention to detail is clear and the page’s unexpected gadget-like design features made me feel like I was messing around with an outdoor toolkit from REI.  Complete with spinning buttons and whirling images this website was both intriguing and, as their name suggests, highly interactive. Rally interactive is the type of company that successfully embodies the analogy that reaching an audience is like climbing an icy mountain; it takes ingenuity, skill and a bit of intuition.


Music production with Live 9 and Push | Ableton

Ableton’s community of musicians, producers and DJs have created a chart topping website design. The company’s focus on exciting color schematics, clear and interesting graphics, and browsing experience keep each page in visual harmony with the next.

An Event Apart 

An Event Apart: The design conference for people who make websites.

An Event Apart’s website design makes a statement. The clean aesthetic and tactfully placed bold imagery effortlessly entices visitors to inquire more about their unique offerings. With clear descriptions and strong visual directives this site has mastered the art of concise persuasion. There is no doubt that their events are just as well executed and audience friendly as their responsive site.

Cafe Evoke 

Café Evoke :: Coffee, Wine, Beer, Eats, and Catering in Edmond & Oklahoma City
The Café Evoke’s website is visually tasty in every sense. With yummy offerings prominently displayed and a downright cheery aesthetic, this website shows Café Evoke knows their customers and is attentive to detail. I especially love how easy and intuitive the mobile site is. My iPhone screen clearly displays everything I need to know on the go: their logo, social media links, hours and how to get my hands on their delicious offerings…I’m looking at you table side S’mores!

Wear You Belong 

Belong. Hand printed t-shirts for everyone.

When creative groups and responsive websites effectively sync, it can produce a match made in heaven. The spunky t-shirt design company, Wear You Belong’s, website is a perfect example of the type of harmonious digital marriage this pairing can produce. Scrolling through and resizing the browser of this funky website was both easy and really quite exciting. This site’s cool typography and enticing wordplay shift seamlessly and exemplify why this stellar company is well worth the online visit.

White Lotus Aromatics 

White Lotus Aromatics
White Lotus Aromatics.com does a phenomenal job at instantly making website visitors feel at ease. The simple and natural aesthetic is as calming as I am willing to bet their scents smell. This no hassle, easy to navigate site wonderfully highlights both White Lotus’s products and the company’s values.

Trent Walton

Trent Walton

This site is a favorite at Social Driver. Trent’s iconic style and attention to detail continually provide wonderful reading experiences across devices. His consistently innovating page never stops impressing us and his hallmark designs are definitely something to write home about.

The Creators Project

The Creators Project | Technology and the Brightest Young Minds in Music, Art, Film, and Design

The Creators Project is the brainchild of Intel and VICE. This website clearly embraces multimedia channels with a unique, retractable header visibly listing social media platforms and its prominent introductory video. This site’s interactive design and functional layout skillfully create a platform for visionary art to be displayed and not overpowered.


Change.org - Start, Join, and Win Campaigns for Change

Change.org, a web-based petition platform, does a fantastic job making online visitor experience outstanding. The screen imaginatively expands horizontally and navigation is easily distributed amongst the headline’s featured images. The website clearly focuses on the causes it supports keeping everything refreshingly simple.

Harvard University

Harvard University

Harvard’s website is well organized, simple and classically designed. You wont find conspicuous logos or loud color schemes here: just tasteful touches of crimson red and concise, thoughtful headlines. The website’s current yet focused approach make it a perfect example of the difference between layout and design.

Food Sense

Food Sense | Plant-Based Eating At Its Best

I’m not sure if its my inner foodie or the wonderfully detailed photo displays that makes me love this website, but I think it is just fantastic. The careful attention to detail and wonderfully displayed deliciousness are enough to make any techie or food enthusiast’s mouth water.

Gold Interactive 

Gold Interactive | Intro
This site may be in German, but the message that they are masters in digital communication is extremely clear. The flawlessly resizing text and bold colors keep the readers focus while the creative formatting easily keeps all visitors engaged.

Flow Festival

Flow Festival

This site elevates the art of typography. The funky script and psychedelic lettering make Flow Festival seem both electrifying and fun. The website pays specific attention to the accessibility of ticket purchasing across media making it a particularly innovative and useful festival page.

Life in Greenville

Life in Greenville

This delightful site oozes southern charm and originality. With the uncomplicated design and prominently pictured cheeriness, the website both advertises Greenville extraordinarily well and entices its visitors to wonder what they have been missing. I especially love the detailed finishes, making the site feel like a giant ray of sunshine, and the multimedia appeal of the dropdown menus.

The Work Cycle

The Work Cycle | Home

Some organizations today make mobile scrolling an uphill battle. The Work Cycle, a community of innovative bicycle enthusiasts, is beginning to redefine that. This group makes scrolling on a small screen dreamy. The use of color-coding and clear menu directives extend way beyond desktop innovation allowing The Work Cycle to be easily accessed on the go.

Thrive Solo

Thrive Solo Beta Register

Thrive Solo’s online website does a great shop showcasing its product. Its simple graphics, clever use of colors, and ability to control the reader’s focus keeps this site direct and product-specific. No frills, just clear and thoughtful design that moves with their customers.

Deux Huit Huit

Deux Huit Huit

Deux Huit Huit was one of the best examples I found of context-aware imagery. The full screen logo flows throughout the multiple breakpoints. Even on the smallest mobile screen you can be sure that you will clearly see the wide collection of creative website innovations. This is truly a design for the future of mobile web surfing.

CSS Tricks


Our love affair with this site continues once again. If you didn’t pay CSS Tricks a visit the first time we reviewed this site, you ought to check it out now. The company did a revamp of the page replacing the former frog emblem with a new and improved logo. The changing menu title, which cleverly condenses as you shrink the browser, is one of my favorite features. The site’s attention to detail and careful design make it both functional and imaginative.


ZURB — Product Design, Interaction Design & Design Strategy

Zurb.com takes resizing a browser to the next level. Not only do the background image and website text fluidly expand but the backdrop also swaps color and picture as you change your screen size. Go ahead-test it out-it is nothing short of inspirational. The site is extremely well done and embodies the design innovation the company offers.

Arman Hostikyan 

Iron for Gold price | Arman Hostikyan
This site’s unique layout and interactive background designs enhance the distinctive style of the artist, Arman Hostikyan. Arman’s focus on one-of-a kind art creation is clear the moment you open his page. This site offers an extremely unique and artistic interpretation of responsive design.

Hello Monday

Hello Monday

Hello Monday’s website is a perfect example of the company’s innovative and playful design skills. The site creatively draws attention to Hello Monday’s past work through exciting color directives and effortlessly resizing imagery. This page seamlessly displays why their work is unique from both my iPhone and my desktop. Well done!

ONY Agency 


ONY Agency’s website is a great example of how moving backgrounds can successfully form company descriptives. Anyone can add video to a website, but only few can do it in a way that is exciting and doesn’t loose meaning when taken off a large desktop. This responsive site is exhilarating to visit and shows how website technology can effectively enhance branding.

Magnus Cederholm

Formfett – Work & Journal from Designer Magnus Cederholm

Designer Magnus Cederholm’s website, Formfett.net, does a great job of being simple and innovative all at the same time. The uncomplicated mobile screen and systematically resizing header utilizes creative, responsive branding and showcases Magnus’s expertise in creating positive user experiences.


Humaan – Design, websites and digital solutions for humans

With Humaan.com’s clear emphasis on social media and wonderfully fluid resizing features, the engaging website exemplifies the design agency’s ability to craft expert digital experiences. The use of black in place of ‘white’ space provides a monochromatic layout that keeps potential clients focused on the company’s mission and people.


Starbucks Coffee Company

Starbucks is a great example of responsive design done well in a corporate framework. Noticing that more users were accessing the site from mobile devices, the international coffee chain fully delivered on a phone ready design. Appropriately detailed and well branded, this site demonstrates how well Starbucks knows its online audience.


Experience the new HTC One

This is not your regular phone advertisement! The HTC One is beautifully displayed throughout every stage of browsing and the stimulating graphics are wildly interactive. Clicking throughout the website will pull you deeper into the phone’s features giving the vibe that this technology is nothing short of cutting edge. The website is forward thinking, responsive and clearly built around HTC’s product, well done!

The Hampton Inn: Jackson Hole

Hampton Inn Jackson Hole | Hotels Near Jackson Hole Airport, Teton Village & National Park | Hotel For Weddings & Skiing Jackson Hole, Wyoming

One of the first questions I always ask before booking a hotel room is “what will my hotel look like?’”. The Hampton Inn: Jackson Hole answers that question beautifully within the first few seconds of visiting its website. They are straight to the point and clearly understand that booking a hotel room is oftentimes done on the go. The company’s straight to the point site is full of client receptivity and exemplifies online customer service.

8 Faces

8 Faces | Welcome

8 Faces.com was one of the sites that clearly stuck out in my mind as simplistically responsive. This magazine website is a great example of how reactivity can be done without complication. 8 Faces.com demonstrates that you don’t need extreme flashing colors and complex graphics to make for good website design. Awesome job!

Do Lectures

Do Lectures - Talks that inspire action

Do Lectures.com’s organic design and direct linguistics clearly attract the imaginative workshop attendees they seek. The brand itself focuses on innovation and their website definitely delivers that. Optimizing cross-media spacing and utilizing succinct menu options are a few ways Do Lectures has made responsive design work well for them.


Welcome to AIDS.gov

AIDS.gov is one of the most easily navigable and clearly focused government websites out there. The site wonderfully integrates infographics, captive photography and embellished text that transfer extremely well across media. Overall the site is wildly attractive and intuitive for visitors without detracting from the purpose of the organization.

Clouds Over Cuba 

Clouds Over Cuba

Clouds Over Cuba is a great example of movie making across mediums. This site not only brings you into the time period of the documentary it promotes, but it also maintains a keen sense of detailing throughout its entire aesthetic. With a separate, well executed, feature for mobile access, it knows its users want to browse from multiple mediums. The site, a winner of numerous digital recognition awards, is definitely worth the visit.

Time Magazine

Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews - TIME.com
Time.com’s recent web redesign was very successful in giving all readers the same viewing experience. The visual displays and responsive approach are consistent with what you would expect from the successful news source: practical, minimal and most importantly extremely readable.

This is Responsive 

This Is Responsive | Tips, Resources and Patterns for Responsive Web Design

The second you enter this site you are enveloped in user response. From the headline literally reading “This is Responsive” to the fluidly resizing imagery, this site, which provides patterns, resources and news around crafting responsive web experiences, truly has it all. It is direct, uncomplicated and provides its browsers with a one of a kind viewing experience that dabbles in playful.


Tattly™ Designy Temporary Tattoos — Welcome

This site is a temporary tattoo lovers dream. Tattly.com is a bit quirky, design heavy and very fresh. The young audience and cute tattoos are just a touch hipster and equally creative. This site attractively displays Tattly’s products across multiple mediums and does a fantastic job appealing to their audience.

The Theme Foundry 

The Theme Foundry

The Theme Foundry.com leads by example. As a WordPress template website it is clear that they not only know how to make websites, but they are also really good at it! The website’s features easily shifted around my screen and the blog content was consistently the main focus. Overall this is a great website with a great product to offer technologically progressive bloggers!

Notre Dame

University of Notre Dame


Notre Dame is another university doing a great job at adapting with the times. This site looks great in mobile view which emphasizes attractive graphics and a minimalist aesthetic. Fight on, Irish!

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  • http://www.webdesignerpad.com/ AJO

    Great Collection Emily

    • Guest

      Thanks for reading, AJO.

  • Aleks Tikhonov

    Please view these 2 projects made by Contorra, responsive & Drupal 7:
    http://ghhsochi.ru/en (4-star hotel) and http://bazar-sochi.ru/en (cafe)
    Thank you again, Emily, for your great work!

  • Chad Van Lier

    Emily, excellent examples, thank you for compiling. Please also consider http://www.drexel.edu/ as well as http://www.infocomm.org/cps/rde/xchg/infocomm/hs.xsl/index.htm in the Association space.

    • devonhopkins

      Great examples Chad, thanks for sharing!

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  • http://www.mentalblocktherapy.com/ Msjbelle

    Pretty cool. Checking out a few of these.

    • EmilyRasowsky

      Glad you liked the examples! They are definintely worth checking out.

  • http://emberex.com/ Kathleen Istudor

    Hi Emily,

    Thanks for providing these great examples of responsive web site designs. My company has discussed the close correlation between design and the user experience (UX). A responsive site fails if the mobile user interface(UI) is not intuitive.

    Today’s mobile user expects more – single clicks to action items being a main one. I happen to enjoy a responsive site that seems expansive even at the smallest mobile size, which means a lot of white space of a purposeful design.

    Thanks again for the post.


    • EmilyRasowsky

      Thanks, Kathleen! We agree, UX and design is really important. We value both of those things when designing a site.

  • http://www.tryrental.com/ Ayesha

    Great design resource here. I see a lot of CSS directories list above, shows the quality of those directories. No doubt why most best design websites are listed there.


  • http://designsolv.com/ DesignSolv

    Good examples. Thanks for sharing.


  • SMG Designs

    Nice collection guys! I feel that this kind of inspiration is what the web design in edinburgh community is in good need of. Keep up the good work.

    • EmilyRasowsky

      Thanks! Glad our post was helpful.

  • WPResponsive

    An important collection of examples. Thank you for picking these out.)

    (btw – some responsive designs are being given away by a premium theme developer here:
    http://wpresponsive.org/win-3-premium-wordpress-themes-themefuse-exclusive-contest/ )

    • EmilyRasowsky

      Thanks for reading!

  • NIck

    Great web design collection , really like Arman Hostikyan .


  • http://www.dezinevalley.com/ shahzaib

    Migration from PC to tablets and smartphones has intensified the demand of RWD designs. Its great feeling to see fitting to every platform. I spent a great deal of time looking at these inspirations. Thanks for helping.

    Shahzaib khatri

    • EmilyRasowsky

      Glad this list was helpful, Shahzaib. Thanks for reading!

  • Conal Duffy

    Really looks cool even i am planning my site to make responsive. Now i am working with actmedia.net they are building my website…

  • http://www.sameerast.com/ Sameera Thilakasiri

    Recently BT also launched their two sites with RD, http://home.bt.com/ and http://www.btsport.co.uk/

  • Trisha Agarwal

    Our latest website redesign focused heavily on responsive design. We feel it is a very important new addition to what a website should include nowadays. These designs show really well how excellent responsive design can create two completely different views for different users.

    The Digital Atelier design particularly shows this well. The difference between the two designs really shows how the content needs to differ depending on the viewer and their device.


    • EmilyRasowsky

      Thanks for your feedback, Trisha. We agree. Responsive design is great at offering effective user experiences across multiple devices.

      • Vitaliy Posohov

        Emily, great list! Do you have Facebook account?

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    • chaitanya

      We just have been inspired by your article & designed http://www.dhyey.com/

      • Nicola

        Your website design is good, but your copywriting lets it down :( Tell us a story!

  • http://www.brysonmeunier.com/ Bryson Meunier

    Thanks for the list! The HTC one site isn’t responsive for me, however. It redirects to one.htc.com/blinkfeed/ when I try to access it on my smartphone, and won’t let me access the rest of the one.htc.com/experienceit/ site.

  • Ryan

    Very impressive list. Thank you!



  • http://www.karthiverse.co.in/ hkarthi

    An excellent collection of website designs.. will definitely draw inspiration from this list while designing new website in future..

  • http://semfuze.com/ Ryan

    Definitely some well researched designs. This was really useful.



  • Heavy Rockets

    Here’s our responsive site for upcoming iOS game http://www.heavyrockets.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000112221499 Özge Gürel

    http://www.dcggraphics.com supergreat web sites. check out.

    • Amaan

      where is the code for it??

  • Rajneesh Pandey

    An excellent collection. I’m not from IT field but I think along with the WRD design, the concept of ‘visual angle’ can be used.

  • al2six

    http://www.recipegraze.com is one of my favorites

  • Abaxsoft Indore

    nice collection.
    Abaxsoft web solution

  • Roland rice

    Well actually the website redesign heavily responsive design actually the design is really effective across multi devices.. http://www.studioxcess.net/

    • Emily

      Thanks, Roland. We are excited to be a part of this resource.

  • Antti

    Thanks for this excellent collection of responsive sites!

  • alexafalcone

    My own portfolio also has a responsive grid system: http://www.alexafalcone.com/

  • http://www.webchamp.co.uk/ Johan

    responsive design is the way forward

  • Chris Forscutt

    Our new web-site is fully responsive http://www.fullenglish.com we have tried to make it practical and fun, love to get your feedback via @FullEnglishHQ

  • Erik Blanco

    Really Good Collection Emily Of Web Responsive

  • http://www.bcgurus.com Nicole Loyal-Windham

    Outstanding resource for responsive web design! We’ve added it to the Responsive Design Knowledge Hub: http://www.ugurus.com/responsive-design-examples


  • TastyFind

    Thanks for sharing!
    This is such a good article with amazing examples.
    Really inspiring!
    The importance of having web responsive nowadays is really huge. Seems we are going to have a merge between html and native apps some time soon.

    We are also working in something unique and amazing using webresponsive, check it out. we’ll be glad to hear your feedback: http://www.tastyfind.co.uk

  • Ekaterina Benthin

    Responsive für verschiedene Browsergrößen optimiert. Schaut doch mal rein:

  • http://onaprsc.com.vn/ onapthanh

    That’s total hooha. Upworthy is a fount of videos with deceptively smug
    headlines about fighting the power and responding to bullying or
    whatnot. Every time I see someone posting an Upworthy clip on my
    newsfeed, I respect them just a little less. I admit that i did fall for
    “He heard a terrible thing on a bus and turned it into something
    beautiful” only to realize that I was watching a terrible slam poem (is
    there any other kind?) but that’s no reason to make others suffer like I
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  • Lorenzo Pichilli

    Hi guys! I have created a framework that allows you to create a responsive site quickly and easily just by clicking buttons or if you want adding your html.. My framework is based on Foundation ( another framework ) but if you want you can select Bootstrap ( is converted from Foundation, so not all can be converted ).. This is the site: http://www.responsivetemplater.altervista.org

    Tell me what you think about that :) .. Sorry if I was wrong to write in english :)

  • http://www.dizkover.com/ Content Discovery Community

    nice collection

  • http://www.dizkover.com/ Content Discovery Community

    Very nice collection. Checkout my collections.

  • http://www.pinkzebradesigns.com.au/ Troy Wilson

    excellent information keep up your good work thanks.

  • Anon

    Fantastic article.

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  • http://61designstreet.com/ Arianna

    Very good example and thanks for sharing. I also would like to share a one example of website designing.

  • Jiji Thomas

    nice collection. loved it!

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  • Tre

    These are awesome examples and it goes to show that you don’t have to compromise the beauty or integrity of your site to keep up with the times. If anything purchasing a responsive web design ensures that you have a very appealing site. The new standard has been set and the prices have never been more affordable. http://www.netnista.com

  • Deepak Thakur

    Yes I understand that a perfect website design is one of best source to convert the website traffic to business leads or conversions.
    I am just crazy for the “AWWWARDS” company which have added the one of the best web design company for there best website design awards.
    I have a website that is awarded by “AWWWARDS” firms for the best website design.



  • TheChineseWebDeveloper

    I like the look of the designs but I tried one of the websites “thrive solo.com” and there didn’t seem to be anything responsive about it in the browser when you change the browser size, which is also a part of responsive web design (i.e.. changing the size of your browser).

  • ALC

    Web design is such a boring field these days. Everything is wordpress with different colors, minimalist, boring, boring, boring. The problem is that soon google will take full control of what people on the net can find. If you want to build a decent custom site you still can, BUT it depends on what fits your definition of “custom” is. In one of the more recent google algorithm updates google is going to be targeting website layout. Yes, part of their ranking will be driven by what THEY feel is the way a site should be designed. Yes, you could still build a decent site, spread the word about it and hopefully get people to check it out but to have real impact you need google.

    Frankly, I am waiting for google to come out with a tiered template system which will give you a predetermined amount of traffic and they will base the cost of the template on that traffic. Without any real competition they own the net.

  • http://www.ebay-store-designer.com/ eBayStoreDesigner

    Wow, lots of great examples! Responsive web design is the practice
    of building a website suitable to work on every device and every screen size,
    no matter how large or small, mobile or desktop. Thanks a lot!!

  • Jenifer

    Good job in picking the websites. i found this brief writing on responsive design which can be helpful to others.

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  • http://imaginedesigns.co owynjohnny

    I am looking around for inspiration for a new client, they do weddings. This is our latest site just launched http://airsculpt.com please check us out http://iimaginedesigns.co

  • http://freelancer-coder.com/ ajaniashish

    Nice examples, the post is little bit older now but some of them are really good even on todays date

  • Richard Brenkley

    Great list but missing screenshots of tablet and mobile viewports

  • http://himbaranews.com Anne Marie Heidija

    Thanks for the compilation! My design have been inspired by your post http://himbaranews.com

  • http://lioa.net.vn/ techvietnam

    Overall this is a great website with a great product to offer technologically progressive bloggers!. thank you lioa |on ap lioa |on ap|on ap standa|sua

  • http://lioa.net.vn/ techvietnam

    Wow, lots of great examples! Responsive web design is the practice

    of building a website suitable to work on every device and every screen size,

    no matter how large or small, mobile or desktop. Thanks a lot!!lioa |on ap lioa |on ap|on ap standa|sua lioa

  • http://designsolv.com/ DesignSolv

    cool collection of some awesome website designs. could be useful to get some vital points when designing effective websites. thank you


  • hossein

    your collection is awesome thanks

  • http://onaplioa.info/ Standa

    It’s a good design :) Thankyou so much..on
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  • Roy Miller

    Hi, I have gone through your post ,well i really excited to post my comment on this as well, well besides from all these sites , there are some other sites which are best and doing great job . one of my favourite is www. designhill.com . They know and they can see your mission and vision of your business.

  • https://newevolutiondesigns.com/ Tom McCracken

    That’s a huge collection! Here are another 10: https://newevolutiondesigns.com/10-creative-responsive-web-designs

  • http://onaplioa.com.vn/ onapthanh

    These designs show really well how excellent responsive design can create two completely different views for different users On ap Standa | standa | On ap Lioa | on ap lioa

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