I've spent the last few months reading and practicing @beep's awesome Responsive Web Design practices and think I'm finally getting a solid understanding of it. Here are some sites I've made recently that utilize it (Adjust your browser window width to see exactly what's going on): http://joeljenkins.me http://jthomasphotography.net http://jfichemical.com Yes, 2 of the 3 are mine, I had to experiment on myself first! Quick explanation - Instead of building a desktop web site, a mobile website, a tablet website etc and try to keep up with all the various screen resolutions, we should be building fluid designs that aren't set to a specific pixel width (i.e., 960px). We need to build our site foundations to respond to various widths, whether narrow or wide or ultra wide. Anyone else on here utilizing RWD in their builds now? I think that if you want to be considered a serious candidate for work in the near future, having knowledge of RWD will be quite important. Which means we've now added yet another !important skill to your tool belt for front-end designers. I'd love to see your stuff and maybe we can help each other out on questions/implementation methods we're learning.