I am very interested in utilizing responsive design to develop client websites. In order to show "respectability" to convince my clients, I am wondering who in the corporate world has used this design style. Do you know of any "big" players who have pioneered this technology trend? Also, do you have comments on it's validity?
As far as I can tell Facebook and Google have SEPARATE sites (http://m.facebook.com/ and http://www.google.com/m?client) that redirect the user depending on the device/size. The only major site I have found that uses one design that fits all environments is sony.com.
Is anyone that reads this forum using responsive design in their web development projects?
It doesn't look like Nike is responsive design.
Wordpress is offering templates with responsive design, and has been for ahile. I believe Adobe has added responsive design to Dreamweaver.
Is it here to stay, and grow?
Http://www.Bbc.co.uk (http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2012/03/news_mobile_responsive_ design.html)
MIT just released a site with RWD as well.
This may be of interest. A preview of what will be available in Dreamweaver CS6
Take a look at my company’s new responsive design website www.dronamobile.com, you would be able to push and pull the browser window to test the "responsiveness" of this website. When I reduce the width of the browser, everything just flows "under" the browser frame and is cut off, just like the web content. Do explore and share your feedback about it...
You might want to validate your code and fix the errors. You have extra <head> </head> and <body> </body> tags that don't belong.
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