15 states jump on the responsive web design bandwagon

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In the relatively short time web designer and developer Ethan Marcotte introduced the concept of responsive web design to the world, governments at the federal, state and local levels have begun to incorporate the practice into their online operations.

Responsive web design, or RWD, first coined by Marcotte, is a front-end web development strategy that focus on adaptive design, which means the website adjusts its display based on the visitor’s device, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, laptop or personal computer.

Federal government agencies are beginning to take to this design methodology, as can be seen with the recent launches of DOT.gov, CIO.gov, FEMA.gov and AIDS.gov.

Here are 15 states leveraging RWD for their gateway websites.

alabama.gov

alabama.gov

ca.gov

ca.gov

georgia.gov

georgia.gov

in.gov

in.gov

iowa.gov

iowa.gov

kentucky.gov

kentucky.gov

maine.gov

maine.gov

mt.gov

mt.gov

nebraska.gov

nebraska.gov

nc.gov

nc.gov

ohio.gov

ohio.gov

ok.gov

ok.gov

ri.gov

ri.gov

tn.gov

tn.gov

utah.gov

utah.gov

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Alabama, California, Ethan Marcotte, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, responsive web design, Rhode Island, States, Tennessee, Utah
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