Comparing design for a touch-screen (or an in-flight seatback) vs. design for responsive web/mobile

I am looking for a resource, reference, and or thoughts, that speak on the fundamental differences between designing for a fixed, touch screen app and a responsive-web, browser-based app.

Our web design team was asked to mimic the look-and-feel and functionality of an existing touch screen device (an in-flight seatback screen). These are to co-exist.

I’ve so far argued that although we will strive to unify the look-and-feel of the touch-screen app, we need to design based on standard responsive web design conventions: the use case for someone using a screen a foot or two away from them is different for someone using a phone or a tablet. Additionally, HTML5, CSS, JS is different from native apps or the like.

I’m looking to the UX community to weigh in on this and possibly give me a talking point, a source, or a reference that says that a touch screen app design does not necessarily translate to a responsive web-mobile design.

Ubuntu 19.04 on a Microsoft Laptop – Keyboard & Touchscreen issues

I just installed Ubuntu 19.04 from a USB-Stick to my Microsoft Laptop and I noticed that my Keyboard doesn’t work (during the installation & afterwards). While installing I just plugged in a USB-Keyboard, but I would like to be able to use the internal keyboard. The same goes for the Touchscreen (doesn’t work at all).

I have seen a post about a similar issue but for Linux 18: Installed Ubuntu 18.04 on Microsoft Surface Book, and keyboard does not work. (only external keyboard)

Hope someone can help me out here.

Thank you! Jakob

After Factory Reset, Android Galaxy Camera Touchscreen is unresponsive

I met the weirdest thing I ever have. I have a galaxy camera gc100, It works very well without any problems. Since I decide to lend it to my friend, I did a factory reset. After the factory reset, everything looks fine and the initial setup screen “Select language” appears. BUT, I can not touch anything on the screen. It seems that the touch is simply unresponsive at all until the screen turns off by timeout. And then I tried (1) hard reboot, (2) go to Maintenance boot mode by pressing power and zoom out and did delete cache and factory reset again. (3) flash stock rom. (4) take out of the battery and then holding pressing the power button for more than 1 minute and then insert the battery and boot. (did three times). But none of them works. This is just weird and I can not find anyone on the Internet having the same issue as me. Other people met unresponsive touch screen and then did hard reset to fix the issue. Mine is entirely opposite. I don’t have any problems, but factory/hard reset causing the touch screen is unresponsive at initial setup screen. Do anyone have any clue how I can workaround this issue? Thanks a lot. (Btw the system is still functioning because I can adjust volume and take screenshots by using the physical buttons).