I'm designing UI for an enterprise application in which the users view their work environment in a single screen mode and dual screen mode (desktops only!).
With this system, the users fill in reports while performing analyses of an image (in one screen/window or both in a dual screen mode). This work procedure requires multitasking ability.
The reason the users have both screen modes is ideally that in their office they have their dual mode, and when they are working outside of the office they can still work in single screen mode.
This brings me to wonder, should I design some of the components of the system responsively? For example, the user will be able to drag some of the components from one screen to another. Should I provide users with the option to change the navigation/toolbar and make it responsive?
I know some people think that if it's not viewed via a mobile device then the responsive method doesn't fit, but what about this case, where my users use both screen modes? I'm thinking to provide small responsive adjustments to those specific features of the system.