Responsive web design is something a lot of people in the web industry talk about and considering that the importance of responsiveness and all the buzz around it, it’s impressive the amount of websites that are still not responsive. By now, with the amazing growth of mobile usage, every single website should be responsive to be able to attend to every user’s “screen size” as they are consuming content differently everyday.
So for Today’s post I’ve gathered 16 examples of brilliant responsive websites .
As a Web Designer or Web Developer, anything that can save you just a little bit of time is well worth its weight in gold.
If you agree with the above statement, you will certainly love this post. As i have for you a large selection of the best, the most useful and the most innovative tools and resources that been around the net and this very site throughout the year of 2012.
X-editable is a in-place editing with Twitter Bootstrap, jQuery UI or pure jQuery. This library allows you to create editable elements on your page. It can be used with any engine (bootstrap, jquery-ui, jquery only) and includes both popup and inline modes. It’s new life of bootstrap-editable plugin that was strongly refactored and improved.
When a website doesn’t call for a lot of content or you want to think outside the box, it might be a good idea to go with the one page or (single page as it also is called) approach which allows the user to jump from one section to another. As we seen with the popularity of these sites as you can use jQuery or CSS3 Animation for example to create transitions and effects.
For you’re inspiration I’ve collected some really nice fresh examples of one page websites that use a whole array of creative design, effects etc
The almighty CSS frameworks have been around for quite a while now, but with the arrival of the responsive web design practices has rendered many of the old favourites ineffective, but a whole lot of talented developers has jumped in to the pool and filled the void with the next generation of CSS frameworks and boilerplates.
Today’s posted features 10 of the newest Responsive CSS frameworks and boilerplates that really worth considering next time you starting your web project.
One of most love thing in developments on the web has been the rise in the use of single page websites by everyone from web designers to large companies to promote their product, app or portfolio. The single page websites look great with many having very simple designs, large typography and amazing graphics too making them some of the best looking sites.
These website often use the very latest HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery as they are a great way to create a site that has maximum impact. Here is a roundup of 23 single page websites featuring lots of different styles. So if you are about to design a single page website today’s post is just for you as you will certainly find some amazing inspiration.
Smooth.js takes an array of numbers or vectors and returns a parametric function that continuously interpolates that array. Smooth.js supports several interpolation methods, and flexible options for boundary behavior.
Smooth.js is written in clean, easy-to-read CoffeeScript, and has no external dependencies. It is licensed under the permissive MIT license, so you can use it in just about any project.
With devices like Smartphones and Tablets and bigger and bigger monitors introduced a concept in web design that has risen up during the late year of 2011 and that is responsive web design.
But what does responsive web design means? Let`s say that you have to build a website for a client and you want to do it based on a standard grid system, for example 960 grid system. And the client also wants versions of the website that fits smartphones such as iPhone and tablets like the iPad. You`re not going to build 3 different websites, instead you`re going to use a responsive grid system which adapts the website for all types of screen resolutions.
It’s all about adapting the dimensions of the website ( font-size, columns, images, etc) to different screen resolutions. The things which make all the magic are the CSS media queries. They’re the ones which tests which resolution the screen has and according to it, are changing the CSS to fit the screen.
With a few line of code, CSS3 can replicated many fancy effects like logos, interfaces, icons that you once only could have of done in Photoshop. In today post you’ll find some 14 handpicked css3 experiments. These handpicked items will work in most modern browsers like firefox, google chrome, safari.
The momentum of CSS3 is gaining even further despite the efface that the standard hasn’t been finalised. But we see already there are hundreds of tutorial already made to teach designers how to use it. Also unfortunately a lot of them just cover the same ground and of the tutorials teaches us to do things that they may might be not useful. though these techniques can be adapted to fit a project perfectly. Manly in this post I will be featuring only Pure CSS3 tutorials that only used CSS and HTML
Have i missed a tutorial that haven’t been included above, please share yours in the comments.