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So why isn't Design Shack on that schedule? The unavoidable answers every and every times I type something about reactive design ask a legitimate question: Why don't you take your own counsel? And the whole point of why this contribution came about is that I happen to be doing research on reactive blogs...so you can probably tell where we're going with it.
Meanwhile, enjoy the sight on these over 25 pages that have already made the leap! Those are the pages that really impressed me. Web design bloggers usually have a lot of contents and a lot going on on their homepages. Obviously, as a website becomes more and more complicated, the difficulties in making it react are increasing.
Locations such as Codrops and Smashing Magazine have taken up this temptation and thrown them out of the woods. Each side begins with a broad, three-column page and then drops the first and third in this order as the page constricts. Watch out for a glimpse of how everyone manages the ads as the design moves, this is a big problem with fast moving designs and you have to choose how your project will deal with it.
Pages and blog are the playground of webmasters everywhere. Often, before developing companies start providing services to their customers, they use their own locations as test labs. Curiously, if a designer has total liberty, you will see that they have a tendency towards simplified, minimum layout. Often face-to-face blogging is the one-column path, which is obviously already prepared to be downsampled to a portable one.
The Backlog " by CJ Melegrito is a great example of a nice on-line publishing that combines elegance and ease with an appealing layout. Technoblogs have almost exactly the same history as design ones, they are usually very complicated and offer a lot of different contents in different paragraphs and contents blocs.
Each of the following pages has a reasonable level of comprehensiveness and can process enquiries from the press very well. Similar to the blog above, these pages are used as a test site for developers. But more than that, these pages are really under great strain to show and demonstrate their aptitudes.
Therefore, these pages must be really accurate pixels in their transition to responsive design. You have a glittering name in the design business and wouldn't want to combine it with a slutty, reactive transformation. Everybody nowadays reacts fast, not only humans in the technical realm.
Here is a fistful of other blog posts I found with appealing layout. 25+ fast-response blog themes above should be enough propellant to get your brains beating on all top hats by working out ways you can create your own fast-response blog. When you have a second, please post a note below and tell me which of the above pages are your favorites.
Even if you have a fast reacting blog or know of one I forgot, please post a hyperlink so I can have a look at it!