2013 the Year of Responsive Web Design

Many have noticed that 2012 is a year of design and modern Web design.

Design seems to be getting wider and wider than usual, and when you shrink your browser, the content resizes to fit. Media companies like to have a major shift in the consumption habits of their audiences. Their aim is pretty and technically trickery.

2012 seems to be a very unusual year in design. For the first time web design has raised the scale lower than the previous year. Web design review is expected to exceed 100 million this year and top in next year.


The shift should happen at an extraordinary speed and need some tariff for heating up 2013.

For those who create websites and services, all should have a singular conclusion. In this year, million of screens have popped out and needed to be built in an advance way.  When it comes to new sites, there is even more suggestion that web is the key.  For instance, there are 2,500 different services for improvising the website. For media companies, website should be the priority.

More to put it in a simple way, a Responsive Web design uses media queries to figure out the resolution and the device is being served on.  For example, in normal web design, the images and content columns will shrink then the side bar disappears together, but on the Responsive Web design homepage the lay out shrink from three columns, to two column, to a singular column of content.

2013 is going to be a responsive year in the field of web design and every publishers is going to make their inevitable year ahead.

“Now more than ever, we’re designing work meant to be viewed along a gradient of different experiences. Responsive web design offers us a way forward, finally allowing us to ‘design for the ebb and flow of things.”, Ethan Marcotte, the author of Responsive Web Design, explains.


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