The Sweet Hat Club – entertaining responsive design

The Sweet Hat Club’s simple rectangular style makes this responsive design easy to condense for small screens. The image gallery is nice and usable on a large screen and instead of eliminating excess pictures as your screen gets smaller, the images just become smaller as well. So even on a device as small as an iPhone, you….

The Guide To The App Galaxy – Innovative HTML5 Website

Here’s another innovative HTML5 website and UX from Google. A handy guide for mobile app design, this is a nicely designed, fun site written entirely in HTML5. This site is interesting from a navigation perspective as it offers three methods of traversing the “app galaxy”: clicking the buttons, scrolling up on the vertical scrollbar, or….

Powerstroke Pro – Simple Responsive Design

Powerstroke Pro is a great example of simple responsive design, maintaining a minimal atmosphere to make it easy to navigate, no matter what your screen size. The minor use of colour makes the page flexibly adapt to all screen sizes – tablets, desktops and mobiles. This particular site is smaller, so with simple responsive design you can….

Global Humanitarian Assistance – three tiered navigation

Handling complex, multi-faceted topics, such as humanitarian assistance, in a clear and concise way is always a healthy challenge for UX designers, and designers Hype & Slippers have done a great job on the website for Global Humanitarian Assistance. Built in WordPress, the home page organises the large amount of information available on the site….