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UI Farm are collecting a lot of myths around Responsive Web Design. Arguably, the most used one to advise businesses against RWD is:

Large websites with a lot of content can’t really use Responsive Design, and only small sites actually implement it.

Please, welcome some of the small websites using Responsive Web Design as a mobile strategy:

  1. Microsoft
  2. Sony
  3. TIME — Read the case study
  4. Channel 4 News — Read the case study
  5. WWF
  6. Barack Obama
  7. Mashable
  8. TNW – The Next Web
  9. GOV.UK — The official UK website won the 2013 Design of the Year prize
  10. Adobe HTML website
  11. The Boston Globe
  12. The Newsweek
  13. South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust — Read the case study
  14. The New York Times — Read the case study
  15. The Guardian launched a mobile only version on November 2012. Later, the mobile version became the reference for the responsive version of the website. Read more insights about their choices, and look at the beta version. They also released the front-end code on Github
  16. Mercedes Benz USA — Read the case study
  17. Techcrunch — Read the case study from their website, or from designer Brad Frost’s
  18. MSNBC

Some e-commerce examples:

  1. Starbucks
  2. Currys – Pc World
  3. Skinny Ties
  4. Burton
  5. United Pixel Workers
  6. Tommy Hilfiger
  7. A Book Apart
  8. Walmart Canada — Read the case study

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