Responsive websites By Robert mcmunn

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Evaluation

The Adobe website is easy to use yet it still has a sophisticated look to it. when you click the hamburger menu bar, a menu drops down and gives you options to chose what software you want to use. By simply dragging the corner of the browser you can resize the page to such layouts like mobile phone, tablet and desktop. Altogether i think this site is well made as its easy to use, and looks good on all layouts. The resizing of the page must have been taken into a good amount of consideration, but it payed off as it has been made perfectly

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the asda website is easy to navigate around, the smaller the screen/format gets, the simpler it is to use. the burger menu bar makes life easy for those who use it, as when you click on the burger there is a drop down menu of all the sections of the store you can shop on. the text is very clear and easy to read also. the images are a reasonable size too and are clear enough to see clearly. the navigating on the website is easy, you couldnt go wrong with it. simple up or down scrolling on the page.

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the bt home screen is very simple, and causes no hassle when trying to navigate around it. when you press the menu button a side bar appear giving you lots of different options to chose from. the text is also clear and simple to read, without making any mistakes.

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