In the past couple of years, the mobile web gained more and more importance — especially nowadays, as many companies start to gain more revenue due to mobile than desktop traffic. So far, Responsive Webdesign was often considered the solution to a cost efficient delivery of web content to different screen widths.

In this technical article, I explain why I think we should question Responsive Design in 2017 — and why we should consider component based design as an option to create web applications for different devices.

To understand how we got to where we are right now, let’s quickly remember the history of Responsive Webdesign. …

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Ulrich Lichtenegger

IT Consultant at Netlight in Munich. Living in the world of agile, web and ux.

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