- Stakeholders do not understand KISS.
- Good designers that actually think about their design implementation are rare beasts. Most just draw whatever they like visually like.
- Again, stakeholders do not understand how responsive design works. They ask different for different things from desktop and mobile sites.
- As a result of things I listed above developers maintain two fairly different frontends.
- After a while stakeholders forget we have two versions of the website and plan new features with one (desktop or mobile) version in mind. Some developers just send them back to drawing board, some implement whatever they ask and add even more fragmentation.
while your mom screams at you because you're late for dinner
Fixed that for you.
I know it's pricey and not perfect, but some cons of a mule compared to this machine:
- You can't chuck a mule into storage to wait until it's required
- You can't ship a mule in a, say, container
- You can't (at least easily) airdrop a mule
- You can't temporary hide a mule for couple days in a forest or under snow
- You cannot remotely controll a mule
- Mules might have difficulties in staying calm when bullets and bombs start flying arround
- In case of injury the whole mule must be replaced, no spares
Disclaimer: neither military, nor mule specialist