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Do it Breakpoints serve at the pleasure of content Far too many "responsive" sites are designed to fixed breakpoints, and fail to size smoothly for screen widths in between the breakpoints. At best this is brittle responsive design and at worst it's barely responsive at all. Notable offenses include column layouts and images which size OK at fixed ...


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Consider setting up a subdomain url which points directly to the most significant page of your new responsive functionality. This will give your mobile users easy access to part of your software which is ready for their use. Alternatively, you could add some onload javascript to your main application's home page to check the browser's screen size; if it ...


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I can only relate to one of the gurus of UX (even if sometimes I don't agree) : Once again, responsive design is not about “mobile”, “tablet”, and “desktop”. It’s about creating experiences meant to look and function beautifully on anything that can access the Web. Brad Frost source : http://bradfrost.com/blog/post/future-friendly-fruition/ But ...


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I have used the following listing to justify a minimum of 320 wide: http://viewportsizes.com/ While it's not completely exhaustive, it's expansive enough to make the point that there are only a few phones in the last few years that have <320px screens, and I have never had anyone argue that the number isn't de minimis. If you're doing this for ...



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