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I would suggest use retina images in website.This is best way.Please see this link. http://imulus.github.io/retinajs/ The reason of images see blurry images in mobile. http://www.alaress.com.au/2011/04/developing-for-high-dpi-devices/


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To be honest I don't really see the problem. Upping the resolution of that particular image should not mean a very much larger file size. At least not if you compress it right. In any case, your best option is probably to use media queries as listed here: For including high-res graphics, but only for screens that can make use of them. "Retina" being ...


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I would suggest you create svg file from original logo creative


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I would suggest you export your logo as an .svg file to fit in retina devices if that is your intended target. Since SVG isn't fully supported across all browsers I would suggest implementing PNG fallback: <img src="logo.svg" onerror="this.src=logo.png"> if (!Modernizr.svg) { $("img[src$='.svg']") .attr("src", fallback); } SVG Fallback per ...


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1.-You shall use a image type "png" for drop distortions(Use Natural Sizes for mobile devices). 2.-check resolution screen mobiles. now days resolution screen is great 3.- Use tag for mobile browser not change resolution ( Use custom with to mobile devices) <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width,user-scalable=no"> 3.-Use custom css image ...


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If you're only problem with it is that it's a bit boring, that's not a very important problem. Often boring elements aren't so boring as part of the finished design. I personally can't see anything wrong with it; it's different enough that it stands out from the other elements, and it invites interaction thanks to those arrows. Anyway, if you really want ...



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