A great article by Nate Voss of VML about how we need to start thinking about modern web design. Nate makes a fantastic point that as users of the modern web we have come to expect web experiences to just work, no matter the device or platform.
This expectation of connectivity and accessibility anytime and anywhere leads to the necessity that modern web design needs to be responsive (lower case “r” is intentional). “Responsive” (with a capital “R”) is a viable technique among many, such as Adaptive, Progressive Enhancement, RESS–aspects of which enable us to achieve the best, most accessible experience for the end user.
Read on at: http://vml.com/news-and-trends