April 15, 2021

30 Creative Examples of Responsive Web Design

Responsive web design means that the website will respond according to the medium that is being used to view it. These days websites are not only viewed on standard computer screens, but after the evolution of smartphones and tablets there’s a necessity to make websites that look good on multiple devices. In this roundup we have showcased some amazing and outstanding responsive web designs that use media queries to provide an optimal presentation on various screen sizes.

glitch

dustinsenos

clearairchallenge

trentwalton

owltastic

buildguild

dolectures

320andup

sasquatchfestival

cognition

interim

ribot

sweethatclub

sleepstreet

cohenspire

electricpulp

adifferentdesign

teixido

colly

stephencaver

hicksdesign

alistapart

porcupine

3200tigres

bakery

tileabl

visuadesign

teegallery

calebacuity

naomiatkinson

staffanstorp

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Hi, I'm Prakash Ghodke, a 19 year old from India working as freelance Web Designer. You can follow me on twitter.

27 Comments

  1. Tristar Web Design Reply

    Thanks for putting the responsive version next to it. I’ve been looking at a lot of inspirational blog posts on responsive web design and its quite annoying having to click on ones your not that interested in just to see how it works. I like the Naomi Atkinson site, the boxes move like an animation and i’m already a big fan of ‘The Sweet Hat Club.’

  2. (sic) Reply

    Amazing design capabilities.

    I actually found out if window resized to minimum width, the design is automatically swapping to mobile version….. Fantastic!!

    I use Chrome, btw.

  3. (sic) Reply

    Examples are very inspiring but can you also hint us what technology is used in these designs to achieve “responsive” effect? CSS switch, jQuery…?!

    1. nick Reply

      You obviously don’t know what ‘Responsive web design’ is.. Maybe do some research? Or.. Just look at the freakin’ pictures and you’d realize what responsive web design is… When you change the browser size, the website changes into a mobile/tablet mode… just look at the pictures…. geez.

  4. Stefan Reply

    Cool list, Owlfantastic has to be my favorite. I guess I love that the owl logo takes up a large portion of the site, where as many designers seem forced to making the logo small top left corner.

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