25 Examples of Brilliant Responsive Web Design

responsive web designResponsive web design is an approach to web design in which a site is developed in such a way that it provides optimal experience across wide range of devices (from PC to mobile phones). It was probably most popular trends since last year in web industry. Building layouts for the web can be tough, but inspiration is a huge factor. In this showcase we’ve collected 25 amazing responsive websites. All these designs are built to support almost all types of screen resolutions and devices. So let’s begin!

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Examples of Brilliant Responsive Web Design

Sweet Hat Club
responsive web design

A Different Design
responsive web design

Build Guild
responsive web design

Do Lectures
responsive web design

Trent Walton
responsive web design

Food Sense
responsive web design

Sparkbox
responsive web design

ribot
responsive web design

Teixido
responsive web design

Sasquatch Music Festival
responsive web design

Electric Pulp
responsive web design

Stephen Caver
responsive web design

Social Marketer’s Summit
responsive web design

Fork CMS
responsive web design

SimpleBits
responsive web design

White Lotus Aromatics
responsive web design

1140px CSS Grid
responsive web design

Atlason
responsive web design

10K Apart
responsive web design

Cognition
responsive web design

Reverse Buro
responsive web design

Sunday Best
responsive web design

Dustin Senos
responsive web design

Clear Air Challenge
responsive web design

Owltastic
responsive web design

320 and up
responsive web design

Yaron Schoen
responsive web design

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4 thoughts on “25 Examples of Brilliant Responsive Web Design

  1. As more people are accessing the web on mobile devices, websites are going to have to become even more creative with their use of responsive design.

    I particularly like the use of that yellow-gold on the 10K Apart, it’s not a colour that you see used very often.

  2. Great source of inspiration. I love seeing the ones that aren’t agencies/developers – as they are much rarer for the moment. Perhaps this will change in 2013 with greater adoption and realisation that it’s the way forward over a mobile site.

    We’ve just launched our own responsive site and are very happy with it (although we too are an agency!) http://3seven9.com It’s taken us a few months to get it how we want it but we’re convinced it was definitely the right decision for SEO, for a showcase and simply to keep up with this industry’s ever-expanding trends.

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