Whenever we build a new website we aim to have the site work well across a wide variety of viewing platforms from smartphones to large desktop monitors. We've been doing this for so long that it has become second nature. We routinely use a variety of tools during the development process to verify, and correct if necessary, design elements that don't work well for particular displays. The tools we use during development are designed for developers. They aren't very friendly to casual website visitors.
Google offers, as a part of their offerings aimed at developers, a "Mobile-Friendly Test" tool that bridges the gap between these two classes of website visitors. The test is easy to run and offers results that are both easy to interpret by anyone along with results more meaningful to developers. We recommend that you use the tool to get an idea how Google views your website. Here's the link:
We would be happy to talk to you about your website and how Troutreach Technologies might help you have a website that is friendly to all of your visitors regardless of the device they use to visit your website. Please use our Contact page to send us your questions and comments.
Update: On April 21, 2015 Google changed their search order placement algorithms to downgrade the placements for sites that are not mobile friendly.