What is a responsive website?
Responsive web design abbreviated with the acronym RWD, means a web page layout that is flexible, to both change and viewing devices. Until 2010 the layout of websites for the most part had been established with fixed proportions on 960-980 pixels. All that changed on May 25, 2010, when Ethan Marcotte published an article on “Responsive web design”. Ethan asked this question because the market had recently been introduced to the iPhone and iPad with which it was possible to access the web. These two new devices designed by Steve Jobs, have a smaller screen viewing size in comparison to a computer or PC, so it was necessary to make flexible web pages that adapted to their container. The most important feature when making a responsive web site is to implement a fluid grid layout that is able to automatically adapt to resolution and format. When designing a responsive website the most important thing is to prioritize and to check with the customer!
The priorities are:
You need to determine the priority of proportion, for example, if a customer wants to give more importance to the logo then in different environments will always keep the logo one size larger than the image or slide show.