Using a quality responsive CSS framework can give you a nice head start on any web design project. Some, like Bootstrap, are a bit bloated with excess code while others require a fairly steep learning curve.
Designing a responsive layout doesn’t need to be difficult. Especially if you initially wireframe to plan ahead and figure out exactly what you’re creating.
The pricing page is a staple for any online shop. It’s used for SaaS products, service companies, and eCommerce shops all around the web.
When designing a responsive website, we often spend most of our time ensuring that items such as layouts and images work properly on smaller screens. But typography really should be at the top of our minds, as well. Ensuring that text both looks great and is optimized for readability on any device is a key component to great design.
With responsive web design (RWD) when we resize the browser window our designs move haphazardly across the screen as it meets each breakpoint. Which is not a problem for the average user, most don’t normally sit at their computers resizing their web browsers in a hundred different ways. Wouldn’t it be better if our design gently and gracefully eased into position. Enter CSS transitions.