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All about Responsive web design:
Responsive web design, originally defined by Ethan Marcotte in A List Apart, responds to the needs of the users and the devices they’re using. The layout changes based on the size and capabilities of the device. For example, on a phone users would see content shown in a single column view; a tablet might show the same content in two columns.
It is the approach that suggests that design and development should respond to the user/s behaviour and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation.
Responsive Web Design Patterns
Responsive Web Designing Company in Bangalore patterns are quickly evolving, but there are a handful of established patterns that work well across the desktop and mobile devices.Most layouts used by responsive web pages can be categorized into one of five patterns: mostly fluid, column drop, layout shifter, tiny tweaks, and off canvas. In some cases, a page may use a combination of patterns, for example column drop and off canvas. These patterns, originally identified by Luke Wroblewski, provide a solid starting point for any responsive page.
For simplicity and ease of understanding, each the samples below were created with real mark-up using flex box, typically with three content contained within a primary container div. Each sample was written starting with the smallest view first, and breakpoints were added when necessary. The flexbox layout mode is well supported for modern browsers, though may still require vendor prefixing for optimal support.
The mostly fluid pattern consists primarily of a fluid grid. On large or medium screens, it usually remains the same size, simply adjusting the margins on wider screens. On smaller screens, the fluid grid causes the main content to reflow, while columns are stacked vertically. One major advantage of this pattern according to Responsive Web Development Company in Bangalore is that it usually only requires one breakpoint between small screens and large screens.
For full-width multi-column layouts, column drop simply stacks the columns vertically as the window width becomes too narrow for the content.
Eventually this results in all of the columns being stacked vertically. Choosing breakpoints for this layout pattern is dependent on the content and changes for each design. Like the mostly fluid sample, content is stacked vertically in the smallest view, but as the screen expands beyond 600px, the primary and secondary content div’s take the full width of the screen. The order of the div’s is set using the order CSS property. At 800px all three content div’s are shown, using the full screen width.
The layout shifter pattern is the most responsive pattern, with multiple breakpoints across several screen widths.
Key to this layout is the way content moves about, instead of reflowing and dropping below other columns. Due to the significant differences between each major breakpoint, it is more complex to maintain and likely involves changes within elements, not just overall content layout.
This simplified example shows the layout shifter pattern, on smaller screens content is stacked vertically, but changes significantly as the screen becomes larger, with a left div and two stacked on the right.
Tiny tweaks simply makes small changes to the layout, such as adjusting font size, resizing images, or moving content around in very minor ways.It works well on single column layouts such as one page linear websites and text-heavy articles.
Rather than stacking content vertically, the off canvas pattern places less frequently used content—perhaps navigation or app menus—off screen, only showing it when the screen size is large enough, and on smaller screens, content is only a click away.
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