Responsive Web sites


The menu bar in the Pitchfork website is very helpful as it gives you access to the items on the main screen but in more detail. The text is clear and the use of colour is simple but elegant.


This website is very good for changing the size of the web page. The menu bar appears in the burger icon when the page is shrunk. Everything in the page is easy to understand and give you all the information you need to know about the product.


Suitable for web and mobile use. Everything is still readable when the page is made smaller. Icons are at the top of the page to show you what is what, when holding the curser beside the icons the name of it appears.


Suitable for web and mobile, is still readable when scaled down. Everything you are looking for on the page is very clear to you.


When the page is made the smaller the menu options disappear and are all put into the burger icon which is useful as they are still easy to access. The colours used are bright and eye-catching. The text used is a large and easy to understand.

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