Responsive design is one of the greatest advancements in Web design over the last 10 years. Never in my career have I seen a Web advancement so widely adopted through all sectors of business in such a short time. Responsive design went from a cool, new idea for usability on different sized screens to nearly a design requirement in a matter of no time.
While responsive design evolved from the smartphone and mobile-device boom, it’s more than getting a page to render properly on each device. Specific elements on a page are important as well, which we learned this hard way. So in today’s post I’m going to touch on some tips for keeping your desktop designs simple, clean and actionable for a better user experience on different sized screens.