We have recently completed a lot of responsive web design projects. Most people are now realising the audience they have from mobile and tablets. This has significantly increased since 2012. Nearly 80% of issues in 2015 on existing sites that came to our repositories are based on “things not looking right on x device”. While bootstrap and Zurb foundation frameworks has made it easy to start responsive designs, most content writers are not aware of that. Just as an example, as a dev, you might understand use of responsive table classes however they do not work for all type of data. Some times you need a different representation of data to get your point across. If data table looks good on desktop it does not mean it has to be a table on mobile and tablet. Find a better representation for mobile and tablet if it does not look right.