I don't expect a one size fits all answer here, but I've been reading blog after blog on "the best way to design a site to make it responsive" and I'm more confused now than when I started.
The overwhelming opinion seems to be "Don't use device specific MQ's, use breakpoints instead".
I totally get this and it makes perfect sense, but in the real world it simply doesn't work.
Design a site that looks great at max-width 800px on a desktop and all is well. View it on a small screen device and it also looks great. But view that site on an iPhone 6 and everything that was big and bold at 800px on the desktop is tiny due to the increased resolution of retina devices.
Surely the only way to address this is by using device specific MQ's - which everybody screams isn't a good idea.
I'm really confused now.
Am I missing part of the story here somewhere?
I can't stomach another blog right now as my head is spinning, so I thought I'd ask the pro's ;)
Any pointers for addressing this specific (retina device) issue would be greatly appreciated.