10 Brands Using Responsive Design

Most brands have yet to hop on the bandwagon when it comes to utilizing responsive design on their sites. But Digiday found 10 brands — some major, others not as well known — whose sites are employing responsive design, allowing customers to easily access their content on a range of devices. Those who have yet to embrace this format should learn from those below — or else risk losing out on potential sales. Load the site on a smartphone or tablet, or drag the lower right hand corner of the browser, for maximum benefit.

Jack Daniel’s

Citi Private Pass
 

Starbucks
 

Grey Goose
 

Sony
 

Barack Obama
 

Illy Issimo
 

Sphero
 

Berkshire Salon and Day Spas
 

Tee Gallery
 

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