The web is always changing. Coding standards, design trends, the way people interact with sites have changed drastically since the web’s inception. Another thing that’s changing is how people access the internet. Screens are getting both larger and smaller. Consider the rise of internet enabled Smart TVs, and people accessing the internet using games consoles. Also, the fact that it only took a month for someone to hack a browser onto an Apple Watch, while the Samsung Gear S shipped with Opera Mini. Spending a small fortune on various devices, not to mention a large amount of time testing your website or app on everything available, isn’t realistic. How can you test a responsive design and make sure your users are getting a good experience? Below are some tips, hints and practices to help guide you through responsive design testing.
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