So to sate your appetite for more examples of responsive design, here’s a collection of some of the best responsive sites unveiled during 2014. 

And for more on this topic read our posts on why responsive design is important and the definition of adaptive design..

Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific is undertaking a massive digital transformation project that includes a new website.

It looks great, though admittedly it’s let down by a failure to optimise the checkout.

De Beers

Arrange a viewing of massively expensive jewels through this responsive site.

University of Manchester

The New Yorker

A victory for minimalist design.

The Verge

The Verge did away with its apps in 2014 after launching a new responsive site.

The AA

Read our review of The AA’s new mobile site here.


US Soccer 

2014 was a great year for US Soccer, mainly because it launched this website.


Expedia’s responsive redesign ensures the search tool is always prominently positioned.

LA Times

The latest online newspaper to go responsive.

Travis Perkins

An example that shows you don’t have to work in a sexy industry to be ahead of the curve on web design trends.


B&Q splashed out a whopping £60m on its new website. An eye-watering sum in anyone’s book, though that did include all the backend systems.

Kew Gardens

It’s good to see a company with such great heritage embracing the future of web design. 

And that ‘buy tickets’ CTA stays ever-present regardless of screen size.


Stationery store Paperchase is currently running a very timely PR campaign.


IDA Ireland

A neat new responsive site from Ireland’s industrial development agency.

It’s also home to the world’s most badly-positioned social buttons.



Hey look, it’s us. You can read a bit about the work that went into our site redesign here.

Marketing Week

Our sister brand over at Marketing Week (registration required) also joined the responsive gang, and actually beat us to it by several months.