The Dirt, Is Responsive Design worth all the fuss?

by Tim Wright

This week on the show, we talk about Responsive Design from an experience design standpoint, discussing if the amount of architecture involved to properly implement the design/development style is yielding the desirably high level of experience for the end user. We also talk about situations where a native component to a responsive site is the correct path and when you may want to abandon a responsive model all together. It get’s wild, Mark swears, and I profess my love for the Birch tree.

I also ask YOU what you think about the responsive design workflow, and if we’re going in the right direction. So, leave a comment or send us a tweet and let us know what’s what.

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About Fresh Tilled Soil

Fresh Tilled Soil is a Boston-based user interface and experience design firm focused on human centered digital design