Simplify your responsive design workflow with Screensiz.es, a database of mobile and desktop specs

Simplify your responsive design workflow with Screensiz.es, a database of mobile and desktop specs ...

Type/Code, the interaction design studio behind Google’s Currents app, has launched Screensiz.es, a deceptively simple database of (…you guessed it!) screen sizes.

This free service lets you view smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop screen sizes by¬†pixel dimension, physical size and pixel density. It‚Äôs also able to order by demand, using ‚Äúaverage monthly Google queries, and some fuzzy math.‚ÄĚ No, the popularity sorting isn‚Äôt¬†scientific, ‚Äúbut it‚Äôs better than nothing,‚ÄĚ Type/Code says¬†‚ÄĒ we agree.

So. Much. Tech.

Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.

Nice subtle touches to the site include the ability to show and hide extra columns of data, allowing responsive-design obsessed developers to zero in on exactly what they need.

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As we’ve said before, we’re big fans of single-purpose tools and resources that make your life easier. This is especially true when it comes to design, because sometimes a simple, straight-forward solution can solve the worst headaches. We’ve given plenty of attention to apps of this category in the past, including services like SnapRuler, Sip, Icon Strike and Red Pen.

To give Screensiz.es a try, check it out via the link below.

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