Website design is industry is evolving! The design trends come and go quite often. However, most of the website follow some of the common patterns for website main navigation, sidebar and footer area.

When thinking of designing your website the most common question that will hit anyone’s mind is the layout. There are two choices for the laying out your website; boxed and fluid. Both the layout has their distinct advantages and disadvantages.

Without getting into this controversial question of which one is better over other, let us see some of the trendy, responsive websites that are using boxed layout.

1. Boredpanda

Bored Panda is a leading art, design and photography community for creative people. Our submission platform helps artists and creators turn their stories into must-read viral content. Mission. Fight boredom.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com

bored-panda

2. Webdesigner Dept

Webdesigner Depot is one of the most popular blogs about web design trends, tutorials and much more. It’s run by Walter Apai, a web designer from Vancouver.

Credit: www.webdesignerdepot.com

webdesignerdepo

3. Android Authority

Android Authority is an popular website for the latest news, reviews, opinions, videos, giveaways on Android.

Credit: www.androidauthority.com

android-authority

4. Mashable

Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe.

Credit: www.mashable.com

mashable

5. The Guardian

The Guardian Weekly is one of the world’s best-selling international weekly newspapers. The Guardian provides the latest news, sport, business, comment, analysis and reviews.

Credit: www.mashable.com

the-guardian

6. Codrops

Codrops is a web design and development blog that publishes articles and tutorials about the latest web trends, techniques and new possibilities.

Credit: tympanus.net/codrops

codrops

7. Thunderbolt

Thunderbolt is an independent, volunteer-run non profit videogames website.

Credit: www.thunderboltgames.com

thunderbolt

8. Android Police

Android Police is a blog dedicated to everything related to Android. It provides the latest Android news, sharing tips, tricks, tutorials, videos, and podcasts, reviewing devices, apps, and games, and keeping track of custom ROMs and hacks.

Credit: www.androidpolice.com

android-police

9. Pregnant Chicken

This entry is quite different from others. The Pregnant Chicken website helps in keeping pregnancy fun and funny for new and expectant parents.

Credit: www.pregnantchicken.com

pregnant-chicken

10. I Can Build a Blog

I Can Build A Blog, is an personal website from Dana. This helps others who are new to blogging and website creation find their way and take the confusion out of the internet!

Credit: icanbuildablog.com

icanbuildablog

Conclusion

And that’s a wrap!

Which blogs from this list do you love the most and are there any others you think deserve a spot on this list? Share your thoughts via the comments section below!

This article is about: Inspiration, Web Design,

Nilanchala

A blogger, a bit of tech freak and a software developer. He is a thought leader in the fusion of design and mobile technologies. He is the author of Xamarin Mobile Application Development for Android Book (goo.gl/qUZ0XV3), DZone MVB and founder of stacktips.com.

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