What are the best practices for responsive websites?

What are the best practices for responsive websites?

Hey Rebecca,

A responsive website helps create better user experiences across all devices. They allow users to have seamless experiences across desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.

Here are seven best practices for designing responsive websites:

  1. Prioritize your target
  2. Easy to find CTA
  3. Using SVG and responsive images
  4. Dimension of clickable areas
  5. Use of lightweight frameworks
  6. Mobile-first approach
  7. Cross browser testing

Hope it helps!

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Hello Rebecca,

I think if it is something that could help yield maximum performance and output from a website is the right approach towards website testing services. It usually needs testers to work on a few important factors which include:

  • Defining the Right Devices and Browser

  • Do Parallel Testing

  • Evaluating Your Devices and Browsers Regularly

  • Adding Visual Testing to Your Code

  • Testing Site Navigation Across Devices

  • Testing for Real User Conditions.

Apart from these, a few other steps that you would like to take for creating a responsive website can be:

  1. Test For Navigation

  2. Test Fonts on Multiple Devices

  3. Test on Device-Browser Combinations

  4. Test on Small Screen Devices

  5. Test The Speed of Your Website

  6. Test For Element Alignments

  7. Test For Content Placement

  8. Test For Cross Browser Compatibility Issues

  9. Test For Interactive Experience

  10. Test Website Popups Mobile-Friendliness

  11. Test The Website as a User

If you are able to achieve all the above-defined best practices, it can help you have all the responsiveness you expect from your website.

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