This post emerges from this particular question:
Question got positive votes and 5 answers, put it has been put On Hold as too broad (the title at least was quite broad). I think that if a question received this much attention it means there's value in it, and it might deserve a second chance.
So I edited the title and the content a little, and reopened it. I don't feel comfortable going against the close votes, but if it is that broad then it should get more close votes and put back on hold.
What do you think we should do with questions that get good feedback but are considered as off-topic / broad / too specific by some users?
Also worth mentioning that I applaud Jonathan's effort to create more content about design practices and theory, we definitely need more questions like the ones you've asked. Kudos.