Responsive Web Design Infographic

    written by Katarina Klementi

    Fixed and unresponsive designs will soon pass into history as they disagree with the latest web design trends. Responsive web design is a new standard now that has become a synonym of today’s success in the online world. No going back! With the increasing number of devices, platforms and browsers people use to access web sites, responsiveness becomes a must-have phenomenon. Not only responsive sites fit desktop screens, but also tablet screens, smart phone screens, etc.

    The power of responsive web design is obvious to users and designers, but let’s see what Google says about it. It recommends that webmasters follow the best practice of using responsive web design – serving the same HTML for all devices and using only CSS media queries to decide the rendering on each device. Following the responsive design principles, you update your website to the latest web design trends, engage more target audience and increase the ROI (Returning On Investment). Being responsive is not only a good fashion in the online world today, it’s a thing that really works.

    If your goal is creating a responsive website, it’s better to start learning what responsive web design is and the more you know about it, the better designs you create. And what can present all the information you need better than a well-done interactive infographic? The properly arranged data is exactly what you need. So here is an infographic that shows the milestones of responsive web design and provides tips and tools you need to make your sites responsive.

    In addition, it has links to inspirational articles, books and tutorials. By the way, there are a few versions of the infographics, a static and a dynamic one. The static infographic is featured below and if you click on it, you will get to the dynamic version where each icon presents a piece of valuable information.

    Responsive Web Design Infographic

    Feel free to check any version of the infographic and get into responsive web design.

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    Katarina Klementi is a columnist now working at TemplateMonster. Through personal and professional experience she illuminates the latest news in the sphere of web design and brings them in the focus of your attention.

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  • Margaret Hogan says:

    August 28, 2012

    Excellent, excellent explanation Katarina for a graphic designer from a print background!

  • John says:

    August 29, 2012

    Excellent. If you want to read other article “Responsive Design” I recommend he’s very interesting !

  • Greg says:

    August 31, 2012

    Excellent infographic! A picture is worth 1,000 words and this has so much information. Thank you!

  • Jay Webbss says:

    September 3, 2012

    Very well said. This is a good thing to read especially for those who are into graphic/web designing.

  • Esin says:

    September 8, 2012

    Really pretty explanation.