Web design isn’t what it used to be. Web design used to be a fixed process. Except for some browser quirks here and there, and for the regular lockdown of creativity of course, it was a fairly straightforward operation. It used to be the defining of a canvas and as long as we kept the design within the 960 horizontal pixels of a grid, everything would be safe and sound.
That was during the time when the web only lived on the desktop, behind the monitor of a computer. But as all of us know things have changed. Since then, we have deliberately taken the web out of the desktop and placed it in basically every screen we could imagine. We’ve put it in our hands, we’ve put it in our laps, we’ve put it in every space where we can find use for it.
Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com