Designers are now faced with the hefty challenge of imagining how content will lock up and reflow when forced into different sized containers than the one in front of them. They need the right tools and dialog to prevent broken layouts and preserve the best possible experience at any width. Users with no background in choreographing content are seeing the lack of it show up on their devices -- things such as overwhelming scroll bars, lighboxes in mobile showing the exact same size images, and buttons that cannot be touched with an average sized pointer finger without zooming in. It is important that your users be served the best experience possible at any screen size or resolution. Consider a conservative approach when deciding how your designs are going to span across devices and scale, and only do the bare necessities. The practice of responsive design is gaining rapid momentum, and the current discussions are wide and vast. Get the full story at iMedia Connection