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Responsive Web Design Examples

From simple sites to eCommerce solutions, RWD (Responsive Web Design) makes your site look great regardless of the mobile or desktop device viewing it. Below we've got 3 examples of responsive web design. The first is a full width image site, the second a 3 column approach, and the last is an eCommerce site with a slider for the homepage images. Click on the company name to view the site in a new tab within your browser.

The Montessori Academy at Edison Lakes

Responsive Web Design Example #1

Big images make a great first impression on site visitors. Using RWD we can scale those images down to the appropriate size on tablets and phones as well. Our latest CMS (Content Management System) gives our client the ability to manage everything from that homepage slideshow to the school schedules even with responsive web design. A beautiful and functional site optimized for desktop and mobile.

On the left, typical look while on a desktop or horizontally held tablet. Right, typical rendering on Smartphone.

CES Property Management and Realty

Responsive Web Design Example #2

This site shows a little more typical 3 column look along with a right hand sidebar. When collapsed into a Smartphone size width, it converts to a single column, easily viewed by scrolling vertically. Note the collapsed menu and removal of the header image.

On the left, typical look while on a desktop or horizontally held tablet. Right, typical rendering on Smartphone.

Household Essentials

Responsive Web Design Example #3

Responsive Web Design works well for eCommerce sites too. This desktop site uses typical slider images above 4 static category images. When collapsed to Smartphone size, the slider continues to function while a vertical scroll reveals all of the category images. Note the prominent positioning of search and social media icons in both versions.

On the left, typical look while on a desktop or horizontally held tablet. Right, typical rendering on Smartphone.

There you have it! 3 Great examples of Responsive Web Design. Now, how about your site? Ready for that redesign so you can put RWD to work for you? Just contact us at 602-427-5626 ext 1 for sales or fill out the contact form below.

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  • I'm a guy with a lot of ideas and I like to bounce those ideas off their team. They tweak my ideas, adjust the page or graphics, and it’s ready to go. In a good news/bad news scenario, the Web site proved almost too successful. I aggressively advertised a product on his site, garnered phenomenal national sales; however, the manufacturer thought that my low pricing was too aggressive and asked me to “tone down” my marketing because other dealers were complaining. I use that experience as an example of the power of the Internet as it relates to increased sales.

    I'm always getting compliments about my Web site. Others comment about how easy it is to read and the prices are right on the same page. They don’t have to do a lot of ‘clicking around’ to find the information they want. My Web site generates more sales than any other marketing venue. I also use radio, the Yellow Pages, television and newspaper, but I’m cutting back on those. The Web is my best tool and gives me the most sales. - Gary Miller, Wana RV & Engine Center

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