This is a method of designing and developing websites to be easy-to-use and read across all screen (browser) sizes.
Technically, it means that the HTML of a website stay’s the same but the CSS changes based on the width of the browser using CSS Media Queries.
For an example of how a responsive example of how a responsive site might look, see the photo below or to go The Well Map and resize your browser to the width of a tablet. The Well Map was a Denver website development project Breahna and Karl worked on together.
Why You Need Responsive Design
Immediately, I can think of four good reasons. However, there’s plenty more pros. Continue reading