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This methodology is similar to the previous one but with the difference that our approach is to first establish a basic level of user experience that all browsers will easily provide to the user (modern & old browsers both). However, when a user is visiting your website from a modern browser, the user will automatically see more advanced functionality and might be better UI and other features. But, still even if browser is not modern or very old, that basic functionality that we made will still make user do his tasks easily (though UX or extra features are not readily available).
This may also mean to first make a simple behavior, functionality, and content for mobile platform. As we go to tablet and finally desktop/laptop, more features and content might be available to end user enriching his overall experience. But, in any case he is able to see basic data, content, links and features in mobile platform also.