Everyday, the number of devices, platforms, and browsers used to view your site grows. Responsive Web Design (RWD) represents a change in how we build websites. Just a few years ago a common way of creating “mobile-friendly” website was to create a separate second one just for mobile users. In these cases website owners were left with double the maintenance work. Ick.
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Responsive web design allows a single site to be served to mobile, tablet and desktop users. It accomplishes this by adapting its layout to the size of the device. For example, users on a desktop computer may see page content displayed in a three column format, users on a tablet a two column format, while mobile users would see the same content in a single column view.
Examples of responsive web design can be seen at mediaqueri.es. Our site was built using the same principles.