Over recent years, I’ve been watching with interest as websites have, one-by-one, seemingly started to implement new and interesting designs known as Responsive Web Designs (or RWD for short). In summary, responsive web sites are able to adapt to the device that they are being displayed on. Soon to be gone (hopefully) are the days when you are served websites designed for use on the desktop or a separate site entirely when using a mobile or a tablet.
Some of my favourite places on the web, such as BBC News and The Guardian have been at the forefront of this new approach and I thought that it was about time that I found out how it was done myself. I set myself a task: rebuild my own website using RWD techniques.