This is still in beta but it looks great. The red headlines nicely pick out each article in the mobile view. Below you can see mobile and tablet views of the new site.
This is one of my favourites just because of the slinky little snap to mobile when you resize the site in your browser and the way the social buttons are so nice and chunky.
I’ve cherry picked this one (that’s good, as gags go, on this blog).
We associate Paperchase with craft and design, so the site has to look good! I like the ‘shop now’ cards on mobile. Very elegant.
BBC News has a responsive website. You won’t necessarily be served it on desktop, the beta invite to explore it occasionally pops up. But on mobile, the site is served, as you can see below.
It’s a clean and simple experience.
I covered the TfL site in beta, so it’s good to see it live and kicking.
A lovely WordPress style template with great typography. It translates well to mobile without much rearranging.
I used to work at Kew. It’s great to see the website improved. Opening times and ticket sales are vital for Kew so having them so prominent on the mobile optimised site is key.
I like the big buttons for ‘search’ and ‘tickets’ that appear at the top of the mobile page. The whole design is simple but effective.
City of Mountain View
Well this is one city that has a rod for its back when designing a website. With Google in town, it’s apt that the city’s new beta website now conforms to the Big G’s idea of best practice.
For bible lovers on the go. I like the use of colour on the ‘more’ panels. The yellow, green and purple translates well to mobile and provide a solid guide for the eye.
There are lots of B2B players in the tech space with responsive sites. Here’s a new one that works well, without being showy.
Seen any more newly responsive websites? Let me know in the comments.