Are you a designer who is finally ready to dive into the world of responsive web design and development outside of a few plugins or button clicks for a “mobile version” of your sites? Or maybe your organization has made the decision to adapt to the changing internet browsing environment. Either way, there are a numerous ways and reasons to go responsive when it comes to web development and design. And if you ask us, it’s pretty important to understand regardless of your side of the fence.
Responsive web design is almost required these days. Today’s internet users are going mobile more often than not at an increasingly fast rate. It is evident that devices are capable of keeping up with the trends so why shouldn’t the sites and apps which are served on them not do the same? There are many tools available from a wide range of products that can be implemented fairly quickly and with minimal technical expertise but when it comes to properly understanding and implementation of responsive web design, there are some best practices that should be kept in mind.
Take a look at the infographic below from techmagnate for their take on the top 6 best practices for responsive web design.