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Here is a list of the most common devices http://mydevice.io/devices/. This of course is not a complete list but is compiled for the most common devices. I would also check out the mixin on Codepen for front end developers: Display the breakpoint using Sass Display the breakpoint using Sass. Check out her profile for other responsive design helping code.
Have a look at the following Apple document: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/UserExperience/Conceptual/MobileHIG/IconMatrix.html This lists all pixel sizes you should use for icons... Where did you come up with 58x58 for an application icon? Try adding the correct format for your phone to see whether that solves the problem. Once you ...
This is a question that should actually be more on the CSS side of SE, but I'll post the answer regardless. Fonts on mobile devices are rendered differently than fonts on desktops. The rendering engines use different metrics to calculate the size of the font. This is so that phones can take outdated content (5 year old web page) and attempt to make it ...
We must rely on colors If you are concerned about color blindness, as you should be, then you simply can't rely solely on colors. There are many types of color blindness not to mention many types of screens and lighting conditions. It's simply not possible to rely solely on color.
What you need to focus on for color blind users is contrast Most countries have accessibility laws that set the minimum amount of contrast between to colors in order for people that are color blind or sight-impaired can manage with your website. In order to measure contrast there are a lot of ways, I personally use this website.Here the laws are anything ...
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