The aim of responsive web design is to use fluid grids, flexible images, and media queries to create layouts that hold up across different resolutions and mediums.
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I love your architectural references and completely agree with the direction you�re suggesting. With css transitions added to the mix we can give media queries some smoothness when they kick in, which makes for beautiful transitions when you switch a device from portrait to landscape.
Which brings me to another point: the mere fact that millions of people are now playing with devices that can be held in 2 ways (portrait/landscape) means that the statement �nobody resizes their browser window� is no longer valid. Now everybody resizes their browser window all the time.