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Responsive Web Design

Posted on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 in Graphic Design, Websites

I’m not against using a builder or website template (I use them from time to time myself) but there’s something about knowing how to create something from scratch that really helps you to understand how it works. I’ve been doing a lot of these little corporate responsive sites lately. If you don’t know what a responsive site is, here’s a brief explanation. It’s a website that changes it’s formatting based on the device the user is viewing it with. If the user has a tablet then the format changes to fit that device. Same for a computer or smart phone. I won’t go into the boring details of it but it is fun to be able to decide a users viewing experience based on the device they are using. Here are some examples of what I’ve done in the last few months. These are all kind of in the same vein as they were mostly for the same type of client.

Marketers CRM responsive website

DFPL Dashboard responsive website

DFPL Responsive Website

MyLifter Responsive Website

Toolbar Responsive Website

Bring on the comments

  1. You obviously use wordpress for your own website, but are you creating themes in wordpress for your customers? I’ve only recently started looking at themes, and they are so versatile, and therefore quite daunting at times.

    Regardless, your eye for design only gets better over time. Well done, my good man.

  2. My Blog is WordPress but my website isn’t. I do use WordPress if a client requests to be able to manage content themselves once the site is completed but I don’t really pay any attention to the themes. I create a mockup of what the site will look like in Photoshop then tear apart a theme to match what I’ve created. So in the end it doesn’t really matter what theme I choose.

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