Why designers shouldn't be device-agnostic

01/3/2013 | WebDesignerDepot.com

Responsive design is sometimes confused with device agnosticism -- a practice in which designers simply refuse to make any assumptions about the gadgets on which their sites are viewed. However, responsive designers optimize their sites for any given screen size, while device agnostics willfully disregard any device-specific quirks in their users' behavior or browsing habits, writes Sarita Harbour.

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