Responsive Styles

Responsive Styles

Kuma UI provides powerful tools for implementing responsive designs. By using the array syntax for style props or the styled and css APIs, you can create designs that adapt to different viewport sizes seamlessly.

Array Syntax for Style Props

In your components, you can apply different styles based on the viewport size using an array syntax. For example, the following Box component will have a different color at different viewport sizes:

<Box color={["red", "blue", "green"]} />

In this example, the Box will have a 'red' color on small viewports, 'blue' color on medium viewports, and 'green' on large and above viewports.

The styled and css APIs

Both the styled and css APIs support the breakpoints defined in your theme. This allows you to use the breakpoint names directly in your media queries. It's also possible to use raw pixel values in your media queries.

Here is an example of how to use them in the styled API:

import { styled } from "@kuma-ui/core";
export const ResponsiveBox = styled.div`
  display: flex;
  flex-direction: row;
  @media (max-width: medium) {
    flex-direction: column;
  @media (max-width: 500px) {
    background-color: pink;

In the above example, the flex-direction changes to column when the viewport width is less than the medium breakpoint. Additionally, when the viewport width is less than 500px, the background color changes to pink.

You can also use breakpoints in the css API:

import { css } from "@kuma-ui/core";
export const responsiveStyles = css`
  color: red;
  @media (max-width: sm) {
    color: blue;
  @media (max-width: 600px) {
    color: green;

In this example, the color changes to 'blue' when the viewport width is less than the sm breakpoint. When the viewport width is less than 600px, the color changes to green.

These techniques provide a powerful way to write maintainable and consistent media queries in your styles, ensuring that your Kuma UI application is responsive and adapts to various viewport sizes.