To Be Or Not To Be Responsive
The web is responsive on its own by default. It's us that's been breaking it all these years by placing content in fixedwidth containers - Andy Hume. While designing websites in a responsive manner is becoming a must lately, we should not forget that there is no universal correct solution for anything, and this also applies to web design. While it can be a massive advantage and attractive feature for the enduser, it can also prove to be a drawback if not used properly. In this presentation I propose taking a look at the DOs and DON’Ts of responsive web design: how it should be used, when it should be used, and most importantly: when it should be avoided.