Responsive design today is great: different layouts can be served to different screen sizes. In the future, extra media queries could be available to web developers and designers to allow the content of a page respond to a whole range of capabilities.
Possibly the most useful is being able to serve different content based on network bandwidth and latency. If on a limited data plan, you could tell websites you don’t want want HD content by default. Mobile users with high bandwidth but a poor network latency may have content adjusted for them in a different way to someone connected via a low-latency, low-bandwidth ethernet link. Continue reading