Responsive web design is becoming a vital and emerging practice for websites that seek to capture the growing mobile market. Because of that, as web developers and designers, are seeking better tools, reference and resources to build responsive websites. Responsive design in essence helps capture and improve user-experience for mobile traffic, which is increasing at astounding rates year to year.
To help with this, we have select 3 CSS Responsive Design frameworks that we consider the best for responsive web design from our perspective. Please understand that there are some other amazing frameworks out there, but these are our personal favorites.
#1: Foundation CSS 3
The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Flexible, efficient layout. Foundation is made by ZURB, a product design company in Campbell, California. All of the prototype elements are production-ready code, and easy to style up.
#2: Titan Framework
Titan Framework – A CSS framework for responsive web designs. If you’ve worked with 960.gs until now, you can work with Titan Framework also. Titan Framework uses the same CSS classes as 960.gs. Also, if you have developed websites with 960.gs, you now can easily switch them to responsive web design in a matter of minutes.
#3: Responsive Grid System
Fluid grid CSS framework for fast, intuitive development of responsive websites. Available in 12, 16 and 24 columns with media queries for all standard devices, clearfix, and optional reset.
Thanks. We hope you enjoy.