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But if the text is a little too small for your liking, just flip your device to landscape.
More often than not, a well designed desktop site will be perfectly readable on a mobile device, without you having to lift a finger to accommodate it.
I a fan of responsive (or alternative) design in certain situations — for example, when dealing with a web application whose desktop design could not practically be contained within a mobile device’s screen.
Google Maps is an excellent example of this: Sites that rely heavily on images can also be good candidates for responsive design.
But when it comes down to the vast majority of text-driven websites and blogs, I believe that responsive design is, quite frankly, a waste of time. The first rule in usability 101 is to give the end user what they expect.
There is no worse cardinal sin in web design than confusing the end user.