One of the main benefits of owning a website is connecting with new customers across the world. But do you know that around 70% of users access sites through mobiles and tablets. So, it is very necessary to design a responsive site for your business.
Most of us know about responsive sites but for those who doesn’t have any idea, please read on. Responsive Design of websites aims at creating sites to provide an optimal viewing experience to its users. That means the users can easily navigate through sites irrelevant of size of the device. From mobile phones to desktop, the site will appear approx. same. In this way your user won’t feel any difficulty in accessing your site.
Now a question arises…. How to test my site that whether it’s responsive or not?
Here comes your web superhero: Responsive Design Test. Responsive Design Test is a free application that lets you check any site that whether it’s responsive or not on various devices. It will show, how your site will appear on different sites. It is completely free and can be used by any site owner or designers to test any sort of site simply by adding URL of the particular site.
Key Features of Responsive Design Test:
- Completely Free
- Wide range of various device and their sizes available.
- Custom device size can also be added to test device on particular size of device.
- Sites can be tested as per various brands as well.
- No need of registration.
- No Ads to distract
How to use Responsive Design Test!
Using Responsive Design Test is as easy as pie.
The very first thing that you need to do is visit the site (I know that is obvious :P).
Once you visit the site, you will see a box at top (Just beside Responsive Design Test logo). Type or copy & paste the URL of the site that you want to test. On the top right corner, you will see icons of various devices: Mobile Phones, Tablets, Laptops, and Desktops. Click on the icon on which you want to test your site. For Example: if you want to test your site on Mobile Phone then click on Mobile Phone Icon. It will give you a list of trending mobile phones, like: Apple, Samsung, Blackberry, HTC, and LG.
That’s not it…
In the listed mobile brands, you will get a sub-list that contains various sizes of screen of the phones available in that particular phone. Click on the screen size on which you want to test. You can see your site below on the device. This is how your site will appear on that particular device. Similarly you can test on other devices as well as it shows result in nanoseconds.
One thing I like most about this free Responsive Design Test web app is that it lets you add custom screen size. What else do you want?
Visit Responsive Design Test here