I'm planning to migrate a personal photo project that will eventually have a couple thousand images from Squarespace to Rapidweaver. You can see it here — The Swiss Avenue Project — if you'd like to get an idea of what I'm trying to do with it. Presently, it's very raw and has some duplicates, several low-res images, as well as some images that will end up in the rubbish bin. But I'm far along enough now that I wanted to see what it's going to look like.
The problem is, Squarespace on mobile devices is not very responsive...or intuitive. Hence, my decision to move the site to Rapidweaver. I used to use RW for all my websites — eons ago. But it just didn't seem to have the tools for the kind of galleries that I want, so I moved on, eventually landing on SS.
My question is this: Can I create something that looks as good as the current version in SS in RW AND is completely responsive on mobile devices? And owing to the size of the project (2000+ images) can I also build something that will load quickly without overloading the user's browser? I suppose learning about image warehousing is in my future.