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> ... the very basis of my approach ... Would you expand on your approach? I'm interested in hearing about how you identify requirements, design of solutions, tooling selection, and implementation of solutions.

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@all2 : I've written an essay on my approach: https://0xadada.pub/2015/11/05/a-retrospective-responsive-de… but to summarize some of its main points: Responsive design is: * A process

  • A relinquishing of the false sense of comfort we get when designing for a “design comp”
  • An experience-first / MVP friendly approach to building dynamic, consistent and importantly a complete experience that adapts to users context
  • A conduit for the flow of of communication, and much much like water, it flows into different browsers & devices, flows into robot search engine crawlers, flows into RSS feeds, flows into meta-data (hReview) parsers, flows into printers, flows into read-later tools like Web Clippings, Pocket, Instapaper and FlipBoard Responsive Design isn’t a set of CSS features, a technology stack or a set of tools. Its when an organization decides to collaborate around a process; with accountability to the user first, to each other second, and to solve the technology last, once all important decisions have been made.