Responsive Web Design allows for different layouts to appear at different screen sizes. What does a different screen size mean??? Just think Responsive Web Design as a blue print for a new house. When you put out the plan for your new house, there would be several break points.

The break points in Responsive Web Design are the browser width, that changes the layout once the browser width is within the declared range.

Every Responsive Designhas 2 break points. The 2 break points are

Tablets
Mobile Devices
Tablets and Mobile devices are based on the screen size of iPhone and iPad, as they are the most commonly used tablets and mobile devices.

Responsive Website looks great at all the major screen dimensions of popular devices. As we all know there are 3 states of matter on Earth. Solids, Liquids and gas.Responsive Website is like Liquid(Water). Water has no true form, they take the shape of the container in which they are in. Likewise, Responsive Web Design has no exact shape or true form. It depends on the device in which it is seen.

Responsive Web Design uses CSS media query and HTML to re-size, shrink, enlarge and move the content to make it look good on the device it is appearing.

Why should you use Responsive Design???

The intention of RWD is to offer an universal look and feel to the users on different screen resolutions and devices.
Fluidity.
With Responsive Web Design your content and layout is consistent through all devices.
Responsive Web Design is cost effective.
The responsive state of water is a very beautiful in form, process, and identity. Responsiveness is not the same as being adaptable to certain screen resolutions. Being truly responsive is about growing, shrinking, or whatever else to adjust to the screen dimensions of the device that is doing the viewing.

RWD is super easy to implement into your prototypes with Bytesflow Technologies. To learn more about Responsive Web Design and how you would be benefited from it. Click Here…..

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