So we’ve all established that a responsive site is 100% necessary, yes? Good.
So want to see what your website looks like on any mobile device? Check out responsive.nutsandboltsmedia.com.
This site provides examples of how your site looks in both portrait and landscape formats for nearly every device there is. Below are some examples for a site I recently did, curiositypack.com. I use the responsive test site to predict how a site I’m building will respond to various window sizes. While it may look great on a desktop, the fact is that most people are viewing sites on their devices nowadays, so it has to look just as snazzy in one’s hand as it does on one’s computer screen.
Have questions about how to make your site more responsive? Check out my blog post about media queries in your site’s stylesheet – the bread and butter of responsive design.
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