For the past few years the industry has been talking about Responsive design, meaning the content on a website responds to the user’s behaviour, that’s to say their screen size, platform and orientation. This eliminates the need for a different design and development phase for each new device on the market. The Responsive approach works with the desktop browser as its basis, and offers alternative, scaled down versions for other device/browser sizes. That works via CSS media queries, which check the browser size and adjust the layout and styling according to that. However, there’s a growing trend in the industry to flip this on its head and begin by focusing primarily on mobile design considerations and then work up to a larger desktop version. Get the full story at Net Affinity