Responsive Web Design Trends: Why 2013 Is the Year of Responsive Web Design

| December 21, 2012 | 2 Replies

Learn Why Mashable Went Responsive!

You may have noticed that Mashable got a new look recently. The design seems wider than usual, and when you shrink your browser, the content resizes to fit.

The aim here isn’t merely prettiness or technical trickery, however: Media companies like ours are seeing a major shift in the consumption habits of their audiences.

Those organizations that don’t act may find themselves behind the curve.


Click here to see why……..


by Pete Cashmore, Dec 11, 2012What does everyone think of Mashables’ new design and the responsive web design trend overall?  Please leave your thoughts and comments below!

  • more Responsive Web Design Trends:  Why 2013 Is the Year of Responsive Web Design

    Related posts:

    Responsive Web Design Trends

    Responsive Web Design Trends

    Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

    Category: Responsive Website Design Trends

    About the Author ()

    Chris Swemba of Perrysburg, Ohio is the the founder of, and Learn more about him here: or

    Comments (2)

    Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

    1. Chris says:

      All websites that I create for my freelance clients will be responsive from now on, I do have the headache of though, some of the websites ive created in recent years the owners would responsive design but are not actually willing to pay for the process. Some of them think it`s a 5 minute job. :)

      • Chris Swemba says:

        Chris, thanks for your comment. I know what you are talking about as a lot of people think the web is this magical thing codes itself in record time. :> We are suggesting to our clients that Responsive web design conversion is necessary and should be something that will need to be done this year or sooner…… As for the dev timeline, in many cases its a redo with using the same content and design (if they want too still use) to covert the RWD and we let them know whats in involved and whats at stake (loss if business) if they don’t do it- I hope that helps!

    Leave a Reply