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These days everyone is talking about Responsive, so I decided to troll the internet for the most inspiring Responsive Designs. These are my top 10 (plus 1 of my own designs) in no particular order other than alphabetical.
Ashford & Ashford sports surprisingly cool design and functionality for the decidedly un-cool legal world.
Brooklyn Soap Company’s soap may hearken back to olden-times, but their digital presence is truly forward-thinking.
It’s no surprise that Burton Girls has a totally edgy site to compliment their sport of choice.
It is refreshing when organizations practice what they preach. Design Week Portland celebrates great design and publicizes it with a totally on par digital presence.
A futuristic site for the next generation by Disney.
Full disclosure: Drexel’s Responsive site was done by NavigationArts, but how could I not love it?
Yet another creation by NavigationArts is InfoComm’s Responsive site.
Mitsubishi Motors Australia is a great example of the auto industry taking the plunge.
Everyone’s favorite odd-ball sketch comedy show Portlandia on IFC features an awesome Responsive delve into the Portlandia Past.
Al Taglio’s restaurant site features another cool take on a timeline, this time dating back to 977 (you heard me).
The PSA site TV Safety really knocks it out of the park with cool interactivity.
Make sure you check out the actual sites and drag your browser window to see the Responsiveness at work.