1. Exquisite Tweets from @fling, @grigs, @ktamura, @markboulton, @colly

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    anyone that claims "responsive design" as a best practice clearly has never actually tried to support multiple contexts or devices.

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    Brian Fling

    creating great contextual experiences has absolutely nothing to do with markup or css.

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    Brian Fling

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  3. responsive design seems like the easy hack that attempts to avoid solving the much harder but more thoughtful solution

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    Brian Fling

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  9. btw, we had this debate five years ago and "responsive design" didn't win... but of course only a few were paying attention.

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    Brian Fling

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  11. @fling I used to agree w/ you, but I now recognize @beep, @scottjehl, and Riegers, I realize they aren't shying away from tougher problems.

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    Jason Grigsby 🌻

    @fling people start working on how to do RWD mobile first. can they pull it off? my guess is yes. Is it best in every case? no.

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    Jason Grigsby 🌻

  12. The struggle will be getting beyond merly "regifting" the desktop Internet experience for mobile. / cc @fling @beep

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    Kevin Tamura

    After all wew have two other screens, tablets and tv, with vastly different contexts we to consider. //@fling @beep

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    Kevin Tamura

  13. @ktamura I honestly don't get the confusion. RWD isn't design for mobile. It's adaptive layout design. That's it. No? /cc @fling @beep

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    Mark Boulton

    @ktamura It's making sure your layout doesn't look crap on diff. sized screens. Nothing more. Or am I missing something? /cc @fling @beep

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    Mark Boulton

  14. @markboulton 100% agree with "RWD isn't design for mobile. It's adaptive layout design." Put that on a billboard. /cc @ktamura @fling @beep

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    Simon Collison (@colly@mastodon.social)

  15. @markboulton a lot of the debate goes back to the "one web" vs "mobile web". RWD has become the straw man for one web. //@fling @beep

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    Kevin Tamura

  16. @markboulton RWD assumes that media queries will correctly adapt content to browsers. which it doesn't //@beep @ktamura @StuRobson @colly

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    Brian Fling

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  18. @beep sorry, you are absolutely right. I think I conflated the two.

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    Brian Fling