Responsive web designing

Responsive web designing is one type of approach in web designing which is providing different types of optimize experience to user. Moreover it has features in reading and navigation as in scrolling, panning, resizing and zooming. Even it can be used in all devices. In short it is collection of techniques which allows website certain viewing points and size of screen. Whenever the user opens a website in laptop meanwhile when the user opens same website on phone, user may feel so many changes and difference between them. The user noticed some automated changes with layout and constrains. Responsive web design makes website more attractive and make to easier to use while acknowledging and interacting such things.

25% of internet users are only using mobile device rather than desktop device. Because of this experience response web designing concept come across all platform. Responsive web design follows website width according to browser’s space and how it display in website. Breakpoints are allowed to target range for specific display according devices.

It involves mainly three principles on it.
1) Fluid grids
2) Fluid images
3) Media queries

Parallax scrolling is one of the most usable features in responsive web designing. Parallax scrolling is one type of animation technique using 3D and 2D simulation while moving background slower than layers of background. You can say its scrolling effect in navigation. Apart of it is effect of moving different images layers in different speed alternately. If there is simple image in website, using parallax scrolling feature you can feel it live and more attractive. It has some different methods as below to use in website according to requirements.

parallax-scrolling

Methods:
1) Layer method
2) Sprite method
3) Repeating or animation method
4) Raster method

These all have different technique to illustrate parallax scrolling. It can be provided depth of element. Parallax Website Development has come along with simple two layers of website using HTML5, CSS3. There are so many websites which are created using multiple animation, new elements and motion creations beyond X and Y axis scrolling.