On my best of days (and perhaps my worst of days), this is what my desktop will look like:
I’m rockin’ laptops, Leslie Knope-style. In Parks and Recreation, she decides to run for public office while still working, so she takes all of her campaign business outside of City Hall and runs inside when she has to tend to city business. It ends up being pretty ridiculous but that’s what I find myself doing when I have to shuttle in between work-work, teaching-work, grad school work, running my business, and personal stuff, which happens multiple times a day, every day of the week! (Such is life…)
Anywho, my personal computer is a petite 11″ MacBook Air. I love the thing because it really eases the strain on my neck, shoulders, and back when I need to pack twice the laptop to schlep my gear across cities. However, I sometimes get annoyed when I’m browsing sites and it somehow thinks I’m a giant tablet.
Hey. I’m not on a tablet:
I have very strong opinions about hamburger menus on a desktop site, but I’ll leave that to another post. Maybe this was an intentional design element, I tell myself.
I’m looking for the login link, so I go ahead and fire off the menu. Now the entire page moves down.
Okay. Really though. I’m not on a tablet:
Ugh. Wait. Are you serious? I’m not on a tablet.
Well, at least I eventually found the login area. Here goes:
Hey. Seriously — I’m not on a tablet!