Responsive Web Sites Josh GoRMAN

Web Layout
Tablet Design
Mobile Layout

Evaluation - I feel that the website feels consistent in its three designs. It shifts from web to tablet to mobile nicely as it stays the same. With the top story first with a small description of the story. The other stories below it however in the mobile layout does not include a small description.

Web Layout
Tablet Design
Mobile Design

Evaluation - The website basically stays the same in all three of it layouts, the only change being is that the menu bar and search bar are hidden to save space. the style says the same.

Web Layout
Tablet Layout
Mobile Layout

Evaluation - the tablet and mobile are similar in that the menu bar is hidden. The content slideshow becomes smaller in the mobile layout as the arrows at each side disappear. The small icons at the left corner of each article is a good idea as it gives the user an idea of what kind of article it will be, word, video or podcast.

Web Design
Tablet Design
Mobile Design

Evaluation - the website does not do well as a tablet layout as the menu bar is still visible through the top bar. As the page gets smaller the images inside the links don't lose their quality. Nothing is really lost when the page gets smaller. Everything is compressed but no images or text are lost in the products.

Web Design
Tablet Design
Mobile Design

Evaluation - As the layout gets smaller so does the detail. The web and layout design are striking through the use of small art and a character poster from an upcoming movie. the articles are colour coded to the art on the menu bar which helps when using the mobile layout as the menu bar is hidden.

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