By Akhter on December 9, 2013

47 Responsive Design Tutorials And Guides

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The web is a fast changing field and the latest trend in the web designing is of responsive designs that you will see everywhere. It is crucial for the designers to learn the technique in order to keep themselves up-to-date. If we define responsive design in simple word, then it simply is a technique to resize the website automatically using HTML and CSSS based on the device the website is accessed from. Responsiveness handles this issue by automatically adjusting and resizing elements for the best possible display.

In this session, we are showcasing 47 tutorials and guides for responsive designs that will greatly help you in learning this technique. Feel free to share your opinions and suggestions with us via comment section below. Enjoy!

How to Turn Any Site Into a Responsive Site

In this tutorial you will learn How to Turn Any Site Into a Responsive Site.

How to Build a “Three Line” Drop-down Menu for a Responsive Website

In this tutorial you will learn how to build a “Three Line” Drop-down Menu for a Responsive Website in jQuery.

How To Create A Responsive Navigation

In this article, we are going to walk you through on how to build a simple navigation from the ground and using the CSS3 media queries and a little jQuery to display it in a small screen size like the smartphones properly.

Responsive Retina Ready Menu

A responsive, touch-friendly and Retina-ready menu with three layouts for different browser sizes.

Mobile First Design: Why It’s Great and Why It Sucks

There’s a growing trend in the industry though to flip this workflow on its head and actually begin with mobile considerations and then work up to a larger desktop version. Why would you ever approach a project this way? What are some of the pros and cons of this strategy? Read on to find out!

Secrets of Responsive Web Design

Do you still develop websites for the standard screen resolution (1024×768)? Stop doing it! It makes you look dumb in the constantly developing world of the Web.

Responsive Menu with CSS3 Tutorial

In this tutorial, we’ll create a responsive menu with new feature of css3 (media queries) to alter the design and layout of a website navigation menu to fit different screen sizes. We have design to change the layout from large screens to smaller screens support, making it responsive display.

Responsive Content Navigator with CSS3

Today we want to show you how to create a responsive, css-only content navigator.

Coding A Responsive Resume In HTML5/CSS3

In this tutorial I want to demonstrate how we can build a responsive single-page resume layout. I’ll be coding everything in HTML5/CSS3 to work properly at various screen resolutions. The resume will also support microdata powered by schema.org for more technical SEO advantages.

5 Useful CSS Tricks for Responsive Design

Here I’m going to share 5 of my commonly used CSS tricks along with sample cases for coding responsive designs. They are simple CSS properties such as min-width, max-width, overflow, and relative value — but these properties play an important part in responsive design.

Responsive Column Layouts

Typically, to create a column layout, you would need to add the first or last classes to reset the margin space and clear the float. Today I’m going to share a very simple CSS trick to create a responsive column layout using nth-of-type pseudo class.

Techniques in responsive web design

The techniques in this article explain how we can leverage this powerful capability of CSS to also change imagery, alter the navigation on hand-held devices, and set up default CSS for compatibility older browsers.

5 Really Useful Responsive Web Design Patterns

To help reprogram your brain to consider layouts in new ways, we’re going to take a look at some interesting responsive design patterns that are being implemented by talented designers all over the web.

Responsive Design with CSS3 Media Queries

This tutorial will show you how to create a cross-browser responsive design with HTML5 & CSS3 media queries.

Create a Responsive Web Design Template

In this tutorial, I’m going to make a (very simple looking) web template that is responsive from desktop size down to mobile version.

Scalable Navigation Patterns in Responsive Web Design

Here are some of the lessons we’ve learned working on a recent real-life, large-scale RWD project. Specifically, this post focuses on how we chose to deal with deep navigation in the landscape of a templated environment.

Build a responsive site in a week: media queries by Paul Robert Lloyd

In the penultimate part of our responsive web design tutorial, Clearleft’s Paul Robert Lloyd explains how media queries work, and describes a device-agnostic approach to breakpoints.

Build a Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Web Page With Skeleton

Here we’re going to show you how to use a boilerplate called Skeleton to take the headaches out of designing and building a responsive web page. You’ll be stunned at how easy it is!

Space Images Out To Match Text Height

Make several fixed-width images change their spacing to stay lined up with accompanying text, no matter the window size or text size.

Responsive Horizontal Layout

In this tutorial we’ll create a horizontal website layout with individually scrollable content panels. We’ll change the layout for smaller screens, making it responsive.

Fluid CSS3 Slideshow With Parallax Effect

In this tutorial we will create a slideshow with a parallax effect using several CSS3 properties. The idea is to move the background positions of two backgrounds while sliding the container of the slides.

How to Build a Responsive Thumbnail Gallery

In this tutorial you will learn how to to Build a Responsive Thumbnail Gallery.

Responsive Data Tables

Responsive design is all about adjusting designs to accomodate screens of different sizes. So what happens when a screen is narrower than the minimum width of a data table? You can zoom out and see the whole table, but the text size will be too small to read. Or you can zoom in to the point of readability, but browsing the table will require both vertical and (sad face) horizontal scrolling.

Responsively Retrofitting An Existing Site With RWD Retrofit

Responsive Web Design: Layouts and Media Queries

Responsive Email Newsletter Design: Increase Mobile Readership

Convert a Menu to a Dropdown for Small Screens

Why Responsive Design are Best for Mobile Devices?

Responsive Web Design: What It Is and How To Use It

Progressive And Responsive Navigation

How to Choose a Responsive Images Tool

Beginner’s Guide to Responsive Web Design

Responsive Design In 3 Steps

Designing for a Responsive Web

Responsive Web Design: A Visual Guide

Fluid Grids

Optimizing Your Email For Mobile Devices

Design Process In The Responsive Age

Responsive Design’s Dirty Little Secret

The State Of Responsive Web Design

Font Hinting and the Future of Responsive Typography

Responsive Images: Experimenting with Context-Aware Image Sizing

Flexible Slide-to-top Accordion

How to Build a Responsive Slide-Down Navigation Menu

Adapting To A Responsive Design

Build a basic responsive site with CSS

Creating a CSS3 Responsive Menu





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