It's right around the corner... 2015. A brand new year. And with the coming of this new year, I feel that it's time I update this site.
This takes me back to the fall of sophomore year at college. It was 2010 -- the year of the iPad, 3D TVs and the Kinect/Move. And while in 2010, fluid, flexible and liquid layouts were certainly a trending topic amongst circles of designers and developers alike, the tried and tested fixed 960px grid system was still very much the norm in web design. Infact, it was only in the May of 2010 that a web designer by the name of Ethan Marcotte coined the term "Responsive Web Design" in this article.
Fast forward 4 years to today. It's no longer news that there are an insane variety of screens that have proliferated our lives. We're already so accustomed to it. These screens vary wildly not only in their resolution and aspect ratio, but also in the input methods we use to interact with them and the contexts in which we use them. With the web permeating an increasing number of these screens, there was no choice but to go responsive. Managing multiple code bases for different devices just didn't make sense. Mashable called 2013 the Year of Responsive Web Design. It's now 2014, nearing 2015. Needless to say, it's about time I made this site responsive.
Launch Date: 04/30/2015