7 Publishers Using Responsive Design

So many publishers tout the benefits of responsive design, yet, ironically enough, most have yet to embrace it for their own sites. Continuing with its look at responsive design, Digiday found just seven publishers (we previously looked at agencies and brands) whose sites allow customers to easily access their content on a range of devices. For maximum benefit, load the site on a smartphone or tablet, or drag the lower right-hand corner of the browser.

Boston Globe

Smashing Magazine

FoodSense
 

The Cut
 

Metro
 

TasteSpotting
 

Remodelista

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