Most new, but conscious client wants a mobile version of their website. A few months ago most of web designers have suggested building a separate mobile template. However, because of the large number of mobile devices it was a difficult task. For many websites, creating a mobile version for each resolution and new device would be impossible or sometimes impractical.
That is probably why the idea of Responsive Web Design in 2010 was born. Ethan Marcotte wrote an introductory article about the approach, Responsive Web Design, for A List Apart. Template that’s designed to look good no matter the device or screen size on which it’s viewed. Can be safely say it will effortlessly respond to the size of the user’s screen, providing the best experience for both today’s and tomorrow’s devices.
According to gs.statcounter.com, in the last 24 months from July 2010 to July 2012, global mobile browser use had risen from 2.86 to 10.88 percent. In the other hand, StatCounter Global Stats in April 2012 reports that for the first time 1366×768 has become the most popular screen resolution worldwide, having overtaken 1024×768.
Therefore, trying to adjust to your expectations we changed our Gavern Framework. It was customized in order to meet a Responsive Web Design requirements. Our Joomla Templates (Fashion, Bike Store and Music Free) supports the mooMasonry script which blocks modules to be positioned such that the available space is optimized for the target device.
Many people can still talk it’s just trend, however it helps significantly to resolve the design problems associated with the different resolutions. Projects based on RWD turn out to be really comfortable. I reviewed a few of them on my smartphone and it was a really fantastic experience. Navigating becomes intuitive and the layout of contents is clean. Responsive Web Design seems to be ideal in an age which we live now. p.s.But remember that not every layout can be implemented in such a way.