The argument over responsive design has been won. The sheer number of responsive themes available in the WordPress Theme Directory, as well as the plethora of plugins available for enhancing responsive sites is testament to that.
But installing a responsive theme or maybe a few plugins isn’t all there is to it. It’s important that you take some time to consider the user experience on all of the devices your users are likely to be accessing your site from.
Traditionally, we’ve tended to develop in the desktop browser (it’s easier to work on a big screen, after all) and it’s all too easy to do your testing in that same environment, checking that your site’s easy to interact with on large screens using a mouse and keyboard.
But the number of users on mobile is growing.