Chris and Joni listed some "methods of swaying" — ways of growing a layout that preserve aesthetic quality without media queries having to be invoked:
* Managing whitespace
* Proportional scaling
* Stretching (flexing)
* Moving elements off screen
Any others? Can methods be used simultaneously? Will thinking about combinations of methods lead us to new vocabulary? Do peripheral actions (managing whitespace, cropping) constitute responsiveness, even if core pieces of a layout are not fluid?