10 Infographics for Learning About Responsive Web Design
Responsive web design, a technique that allows web designers to create flexible web page layouts that change depending on the screen size of the site visitor, allows us to optimize user experiences for the increasingly variable ways people are accessing the Web. If you’d like to learn a bit about this new web design technique, or if you need some basic educational resources to present to your clients, check out these responsive web design infographics.
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This simple illustrated responsive web design guide includes a section that displays how a single layout can flexibly change when viewed in different devices.
2. Responsive Website Design – What Is It? (Infographic)
This quick primer on responsive web design has a quick bullet-point-style list of reasons why responsive web design is beneficial to website owners.
3. 10 Basic Tips About Responsive Web Design (Infographic)
This very long infographic about responsive web design outlines a few things you should keep in mind when developing responsive designs.
This interactive infographic presents useful resources, links, a definition of popular terms related to responsive web design, and more.
This is a basic primer on what responsive web design is and some relevant statistics related to mobile browsing.
There are alternatives for optimizing the experience of mobile users on your site. This infographic is a comparison of server-side solutions versus responsive web designs.
This succinct infographic presents a few reasons why you need a responsive web design.
90% of online consumers use multiple devices to access the Web, and thus it’s important to have a website that accommodates them, according to this infographic.
25% of mobile device users don’t use a laptop or desktop to access the Web — a very compelling argument this infographic makes about the importance of responsive design.
This graphic is for designers and agencies that are only now getting into responsive web design. It’s a flowchart of a responsive design workflow of an actual design agency.