Responsive Web Design: Real User Testing

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Have you ever tried testing your Responsive Web Design with real users? If not, it is definitely worth considering. You may be surprised by the results.

This article will not focus on technical testing, where the aim is to determine how the site performs on a wide range of devices, or in different circumstances such as with different bandwidths.

Instead, we are going to focus on user testing. The aim of this type of testing is to determine whether real users are able to successfully use the product as required. In this case, the product is your website or web application.

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