5 Tools for Testing Responsive Web Design
Responsive webdesign is really popular among designers and developers nowadays. But when designing a website how you can be sure it will look great at all screen sizes? It is good to have a set of tool to help you in designing a responsive website. Designify searched the web to find the best tools to help you build beautiful responsive websites. If you know other tools for checking responsive sites, you add the them in the comment form below and we will add them to this ones.
Am I Responsive?
Am I responsive is a great place where you can see your website in 4 viewports – Desktop (1600x992px scaled down to scale(0.3181)), Laptop (1280x802px scaled down to scale(0.277)), Tablet (768x1024px scaled down to scale(0.219)) and Mobile (320x480px scaled down to scale(0.219)). Also works with a localhost which is a great feature if you do not want to put up your website online. This is not a tool for testing, it is really important that you do that on real devices. This instead is a tool for quick screenshots (for me) and to visually allow people to “get” what you mean in client meetings.
Responsivator is a website for viewing and sharing how web pages look at different screen sizes. You can check how your website looks in 7 screen sizes and it is very accurate.
Responsive Design Checker
Here you can test your website’s responsiveness in 10 common devices. The greatest thing is that you have the option to check it in 27 inch monitor as this is not an option in other testing tools.
Enter any url to your site – local or online: both work – and use the controls to adjust the width and height of your viewport to find exact breakpoint widths in pixels. Then use that information in your media queries to create a responsive design.
You can also watch the video explaining usage .
Screenqueri.es will help you test your website in 15 smartphone and 12 tablet devides including Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Blackberry and many more. you will see an accurate look of your website in actual devices and you have also the option to rotate the views and make sure they look great in both landscape and portrait.