Responsive Design

Responsive Web Design is about designing and developing a website to adapt to a multitude viewing environments.

Typically a responsively designed website will look different when viewed on a mobile phone, tablet, or a widescreen monitor (and all sizes in between). The layout and content such as images will be automatically optimised according to the device on which it is being viewed. Responsive design requires close collaboration between visual designer and front-end developer.


Case studies featuring Responsive Design

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Clearleft worked with the London council to fundamentally change their approach to digital publishing, resulting in hugely increased user satisfaction and a much easier internal workflow.

Evo Magazine

Evo Magazine

Evo become Apple’s “Best Newsstand App of 2013”

Code For America

Code For America

We created digital brand consistency with a detailed front-end style guide.

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

Clearleft created a responsive pilot, helping bring information about visiting Kew Gardens to its rapidly growing mobile audience.