No. But then again nothing really is. Not unless you have the state of the art devices in your hands to check the site through all of them. It’s not half bad if you ask me. Give it a pop. I don’t have an ipad to check the tablets, but I’ve checked the mobile version VS my iphone and it’s the same. Sure, you’ll still feel the need of a tool like firebug, but if it’s your own theme you’re troubleshooting it will certainly be enough.
crozer saidThis would be the next BIG THING in web development community, we all hope for it
CodingJack saidAn actually effective device-testing software will be necessary. Set URL of website to be tested, run through all available devices at the time, print a screenshot for each (if it’s about design) or report an error (if it’s about validity/debugging).
VF saidHonestly I don’t see how designers/developers can afford to always keep buying these new toys. And you’d think now that development/testing has become a lot more cumbersome we’d be charging more for the work, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Recently Windows 8 devices added
Nobody seemed to read it, so I’ll say this again and spare you from spending money. Opera Mobile Emulator – Look it up…
LOL :))) GOLDEN
I’m no expert, just trying to give you my thoughts. As the ones above specified, bigger line-heights for one. Attention to details is important, make the blog posts start with a capital letter(Bla bla bla…) Footer looks great, quite a bit more padding to blog and bigger font perhaps and more padding to our services text.
Hope it gets accepted, give me an email when it does.
Authomatics Engineering, Romania
Hope you don’t consider this advertising coz I have nothing to gain, but the opera(browser) mobile emulator is an awesome tool if you don’t have enough kidneys to buy mobile devices.:D
+1 to that.
I think that there should be more threads on this topics. Designers need to learn that while the design holds a huge importance when it comes to create sales, developing a responsive HTML takes at least twice as much as the PSD design does, the development of the WP version takes the same amount of time all over again, and as @FinalDestiny said, hours of support are needed weekly, especially when you reach a certain level here on the marketplace.
completely forgot about Fener’s change-up this year. They played a Romanian team in the knockout stages of the European Leagues this season. Anyway mate, good luck with your tshirt design!
1. the kits would look great on Alex and the others, the design is great.
2. I wouldn’t worry too much on Fener and Nike putting their logo on a design that’s not theirs, so don’t put too much thought into that.
3. If that’s going to happen, congrats, it would be great for you and your career, but don’t hold your breathe about it. As you prolly saw Nike usually has similar designs for all teams they’re representing (see this year’s Arsenal and United)
Anyway, cool shirts and good luck!