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I would create different images on the server (one 100%, one 400%, etc) using Photoshop and anti-aliasing scaling. Then I would head over to stackoverflow like another user advised, and call a different image depending on the situation or screen size or browser, etc.


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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.


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The first part is realy easy. Don't scale your image using any interpolation method. Choose None in the dialog box. Use exact multipliers.


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You can create layers with 100x100 pixel squares on a 800x800 pixels document, move them around and changing its colors.


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What you are seeking seems to essentially be no anti-aliasing. I don't think you can turn off anti-aliasing in Photoshop. (Photoshop does not anti-alias while transforming.) All interpolation methods are based on "best guess". Even Nearest Neighbor is using anti-aliasing to determine the "best guess" for new pixels. To discuss them further you need to speak ...



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