Responsive web design
This website uses an approach to web design that provides an optimal viewing experience across a wide range of devices from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors.
It provides easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling. Whatever device is used, phone, tablet, phablet, desktop or television, the user experience is excellent.
YouTube is a video-sharing website.
Videos that are uploaded to YouTube can be displayed within a website such as this in a way that provides the best user experience for the device.
View this website on different devices to see how the size of the YouTube video changes in relation to the device size and orientation (portrait or landscape).
Giphy is a GIF search engine that also has videos.
View this website on different devices to see how the size of the Giphy video changes in relation to the device size and orientation (portrait or landscape).
Vimeo is similar to YouTube except it is intended for more professional, higher-quality films. Vimeo is a play on the words video and me and also an anagram of the word movie.
Twitter is an information network made up of 140 character messages called Tweets. It can be an easy way to discover the latest news related to subjects you care about. A tweet can contain images and videos as well as text.
Tweets can be displayed within a website, including photos from pic.twitter.com and videos from YouTube.
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It is possible to embed a wide variety of information about a company from LinkedIn.
Google Maps can be displayed within a website such as this in a way that provides the best user experience for the device.