The key point of a responsive web design is creating flexible websites, the websites that would fit different screen sizes. However, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the layout will look the same in different browsers; this approach only ensures the best user experience whatever device the site is being viewed on.
Now, we’d like you to see some awesome examples of responsive web design. We hope you will like that each responsive website is available in 3 sizes; just as you would view it on your desktop, tablet and mobile.
Btw, if you wish you can test the following sites (as well as other responsive websites) on different devices without actually having them For instance, you can use iPadPeek to see how the website looks when viewed with an iPad, and then switch to TestiPhone to see what mobile users will see when they visit the same website.
With the growing number of people using tablets, netbooks and mobile devices to go online, more and more websites are designed to be responsive and adaptive, and if you’re looking for some inspiration before making your site responsive, you’ll definitely find it here.