Responsive web design turns ten
10 years later, a lot have changed in Web pages layouts thanks to new capabilities in CSS with Flexbox and Grid, allowing us to design responsive sites without any Media Query:
But the most important part of Ethan's idea of Responsive Web Design is not about the technical implementation, it's about embracing the flexibility of the Web material.
A light went off in my head. Responsive felt right for what I was trying to describe: layouts that would just know the best way to fit on a user’s screen. A user wouldn’t have to tap or click on anything to get the best design for their laptop or smartphone; rather, the design could fluidly adapt to the space available. It’d just respond.
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