Keith Doyle provided a definition of responsive design, stressing that it is not about mobile. Responsive design isn't about offering a cut down version - the site needs to provide the full content to be responsive, otherwise it is classed as a mobile site. He outlined the key benefits of of responsive design, including that we have one web, with one url per page.
Paddy Callaghan gave a practical overview of work at the University of Bradford to develop a responsive website for the institution. He highlighted several features and processes, including how they chose to handle navigations, make better use of breadcrumbs, and some of the changes they will be making following user testing, such as repurposing the carousel feature.