A high fidelity preview of your responsive design across Desktop, Laptop, Tablet and Mobile.
I take a lot of screen shots of the various device breakpoints for responsive design and it takes a while to prepare them. This tools allows me to get what I need quickly, and hopefully it can be helpful for showing your more visual clients what you mean by responsive design when a suite of products isn't at the ready.
This is not a tool for testing, it is really important that you do that on real devices. This instead is a tool for quick screenshots (for me) and to visually allow people to “get” what you mean in client meetings.
How it works
Add your URL to the input field and press GO! to see how your website looks across a few different viewports.
- 1600x992px scaled down to scale(0.3181)
- 1280x802px scaled down to scale(0.277)
- 767x1024px scaled down to scale(0.219)
- 320x480px scaled down to scale(0.219)
A note on the viewports
The viewports I have chosen are based on the devices that were a part of the responsive PSD layout I previously bought. Apologies to all the Adroid fans out there, you can save the “Adroid has a bigger market share” because although you're right I just don't care. Plus if you're going to use this to sell RWD to new clients they're likely to be more familiar and wow'd by Apple stuff anyway.
- 10/02/13 Updated so that pressing enter after adding a url will use the ?url get variable to update the iframes. This also means that you could share a link like http://ami.responsivedesign.is?url=http://www.thegreatdiscontent.com and it will load it up, helpful for emailing clients.
- 09/02/13 Added jQuery UI for the ability to drag the elements around the page. Remember that the 's are more than the visible image so you might need to play around a bit with where you can click. Thanks Tim.
- 09/02/13 update the layout to be responsive across devices (even though it was just a tool for screenshots), although the iframes are WAY taller on tablet and iphone then they should be, still need to fix that... thanks @silentritual & @amberweinberg.
- 09/02/13 Scroll bars removed from tablet and mobile, cheers @benbrignall.