"It's a losing battle to try and keep up with all this stuff individually. We're now entering an era where, instead of chasing every device in every direction, we need to get smarter about how we construct our Web experiences and make them so that they are able to flex and adapt to whatever device the browser [user] happens to be viewing. That's why responsive Web design really matters. It's not about creating squishy Websites for the fun of it. It's about acknowledging the fact that the Web landscape is more diverse than ever. We don't know what devices, what gizmos are going to be under the Christmas tree two years from now. But that's the sort of stuff that we need to be designing for today."

- Re-imagining the Way Websites are Built [keynote.com]

Designing for Breakpoints [alistapart.com]

Responsive and Responsible [lukew.com]

Zurb releases Foundation v4.3 [zurb.com]

Designing for Responsive Experiences in the Age of Mobile [youtube.com]

Designing Experiences for Responsive Web Sites [sitepoint.com]

Creating a Better Responsive User Experience [uxmag.com]

Desktop design, mobile design, or responsive design? [citizentekk.com]

Responsive Cereal [medium.com/design-ux]

Responsive Design Patterns [blog.teamtreehouse.com]

Responsive Design with Ease: Not there yet [netmagazine.com]